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Investing in Ammunition: Savvy or Stupid?


Are you looking for an alternative investment strategy that is both practical and lucrative? Then look no further than ammunition! Believe it or not, investing in ammunition can be an excellent long-term investment strategy.

Holding Value

One of the primary reasons that ammunition is a great investment strategy is that it holds its value well over time. Unlike other commodities that can fluctuate in price, ammunition tends to hold its value steady. This is because the demand for ammunition is always high, particularly among gun enthusiasts and hunters. As long as there is a demand for ammunition, the value of it will remain strong.

Tangible Assets

Another reason to invest in ammunition is that it is a tangible asset that you can hold in your hand. Unlike stocks, bonds, or other intangible investments, ammunition is a physical item that you can store and transport easily. This means that you have more control over your investment, and you can choose to sell or hold onto your ammunition as you see fit.

Hedging Against Inflation

Additionally, ammunition is a great hedge against inflation. As the value of currency decreases over time, the value of tangible assets like ammunition tends to increase. This means that by investing in ammunition, you can protect yourself against the effects of inflation and ensure that your investment maintains its value over time.

The risks

Of course, investing in ammunition does come with some risks. One of the biggest risks is that there may be fluctuations in supply and demand. However, if you choose to invest in popular calibers, such as 9mm or .223, the likelihood of a sudden drop in demand is relatively low.

Another potential risk is that ammunition prices may fluctuate based on changes in government regulations or taxes. However, as long as you stay informed about changes in regulations and tax laws, you can adjust your investment strategy accordingly.

Consider the obvious

The obvious benefit of investments made in ammo is the utility of the product itself.  If the economy collapses (as it may under the current administration), with inflation out of control, and resistance to CBDC takeovers, this will be useful in the event a bartering economy re-emerges, or if there is a rise in government tyranny, which the second amendment was designed to enshrine our rights to protect citizens against.

Investing in Ammunition: Be Strategic

When it comes to investing in ammunition, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, make sure to store your ammunition correctly, as this will help to ensure that it maintains its value over time. Secondly, consider investing in popular calibers that are in high demand. Finally, keep an eye on the market and stay informed about changes in regulations or taxes that may affect the price of ammunition.

The bottom line is this: investing in ammunition can be a great long-term investment strategy. With its steady value, tangible nature, and inflation-hedging properties, ammunition is an investment that can provide both security and profitability. So if you are looking for a unique and practical investment opportunity, consider investing in ammunition.

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8 Responses

  1. Yes, this makes perfect sense to me. I have ammo boxes full of 9mm in every room in my house. In recent years I have been transitioning some of my investments over to hard assets in anticipation of what is happening now. Cheers!

  2. But you can always melt down the gold and make bullets, if we are visited by a vampire apocalypse!
    Oh, wait.
    That’s silver…
    I kid. Ammo is not backed by treasury bonds and fiat currency and the market manipulations so prevalent by the government.
    I’ll roll my .45ACP for me (my fave!), and invest in 9mm for everyone else to buy later. 🙂

    1. Well, the chances of a vampire apocalypse are not high, but never zero…

      Stock those pewpews!

  3. What would you suggest the Ammo stock as in stock exchange shares are out there, or do you mean stock up some ammo and then resell it, thanks!

    1. Not sure I understand your question, but I’d love to answer you! I imagine that there are places to buy/exchange ammo and always will be, but I’m not sure if there’s anything like a NYSE for it.