Luckily, I bought enough .22 ammo in bulk before this situation happened and I have no plans to curtail my normal shooting or to buy more while this panic is taking place.
What's the point of stocking up if you are going to quit shooting during the ammo droughts? Stocking up when the shelves are full and ammo is on sale is a means to an end, to allow me to keep shooting during times like this. Not so my heirs can inherit a hundred thousand rounds of past its shelf life .22 ammo.
I have a feeling that theres going to be a few people who are going to kick themselves every time they look at that pallet of Remington Thunderbolts that they paid match ammo prices for five or ten years from now.