And the question remains, "Then where's all the ammo?" Yes, I know there's a huge demand and a huge backlog of orders and probably end users that we don't even think about. But I consider what my little old MEC 9000 would crank out if I could run it 24 hrs a day, for several months at a steady pace. 'Twould be several pallets of shells. I can't imagine the rounds per hour that their industrial quality machines can crank out.They are running 24 hours per day and have been for at least several months, per the gun club manager on the grounds.
So stealing and leaking private company information, and subsequently eroding consumer trust in the industry is the answer? And then what, what does it solve? It certainly won't make ammo more available.If the NRA or other gun organization could gain access to the shipping department of the ammunition manufacturers and copy the bills of lading or shipping manifests, that would show where all of the supposed 24/7 ammunition is going and to who. These has to be a disgruntled employee out there somewhere who could blow the lid off of this farce.