Light at the end of the ammo tunnel?

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Weetabix
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Re: Light at the end of the ammo tunnel?

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Here's hoping...
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Vista Outdoor, parent of Federal bought Remington brand and has turned factory in AR back on.

Demonstrating that as with oil, the cure for high prices and shortages is high prices and shortages. The millions of individuals signals direct the Invisible Hand as always.
Lonoke, Arkansas – April 12, 2021 – Remington Ammunition, America’s outdoor brand known around the world for generations by outdoor enthusiasts for its iconic green boxes, today announced the much-anticipated brand homecoming and factory reboot at its Lonoke, Arkansas facility...

Vista Outdoor, the new steward of Remington Ammunition and the Remington brand, took ownership of the “Big Green” Arkansas manufacturing facility last October after acquiring select Remington assets. Under Vanderbrink’s leadership, Remington has been working 24/7 to retool and reopen the plant, hiring hundreds of skilled American workers to revitalize operations.
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Good to see supply is starting to catch up. At first I thought NPR was not going to have to worry about shipping on ammo, but AR is for Arkansas. :lol:

I've got to overcome my hermit tendencies and go make friends with the neighbor behind the house we got recently. That guy has one heck of a supply of ammo and tannerite from the sounds of it.
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oops fixed that. Fairbanks on the brain...
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Supply is starting to catch up, but get used to paying double whatever you were paying 18 months ago..
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