Most of the dealers where I live didn’t take advantage of shortages to gouge their customers. That wasn’t always the case elsewhere in the country. Now that demand has been dropping, so are the prices. From First Coast News:
Vendors say supply and demand are finally seeing eye to eye and they say it’s because the rush to buy guns threatened to be taken off the market, has calmed.
The AR 15 is one of the popular guns vendors sold out of and had waiting lists for at the last Southern Classic Gun and Knife Show at the Jacksonville Fairgrounds. James Emanuel with Weapon Enhancement Solutions says earlier this year the gun was selling at over 2200 dollars, now the AR 15 was selling at 699 dollars at his booth.
And, judging by the photo with the story at the link, there were plenty for sale.
I’m also finding ammo again on the shelves.
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