Lower c-fire ammo prices help reduce .22lr?
For several weeks some centerfire prices such as surplus 7.62x54R, 5.45x39 and modern Russian 7.62x39 have been in a normal range.
With .22LR also dropping steadily ("Gunbot.com"), the situation now seems to be the reverse of what happened in Dec/January.
Back then, spikes in centerfire ammo prices forced people into .22 etc, which inspired the "flippers".
This is just an attempt to learn the relationships.
I has stored lots of ammo for both retirement and any sudden situation we can never predict. But now it's too hot/humid to keep sweat from blurring shooting glasses, so no shooting for quite a while. When it cools off, .22 might be pretty cheap again with the flippers sweating.