Well almost anyway. I went to a gun show in Conroe, TX Saturday and left without buying a gun or ammo. I guess I have some real control now to beat temptation. I said almost because I did succumb to temptation to buy some home made dried jerky packs. Buffalo, Jalapeno/cheddar, turkey, and venison. The show had a lot of people but most were just looking not buying. Ammo as usual was pretty dang high. I talked to one vendor about ammo prices. He said prices will continue being high due to government purchasing huge amounts of ammo for many law enforcement agencies. Some local agencies were supplied with over a million dollars of ammo which most just get stored away. Supply and demand determine price so don't expect prices ever to be where they were pre obummer times. Example I used to pay $54 for UMC 9mm 250 count boxes. Now the same are selling for $85 and up. The same boxes were $74 for .40 and $84 for .45 in the past are well over $100-$150 now. In just a few years passing that is ridiculous. But they are reporting there really isn't hardly any inflation? Now that's not even funny. I guess when you have a chauffeur and maid and lawn keeper then you probably really don't buy things to see inflation. $20 to fill the gas can to mow the yard or fill a motorcycle gas tank, and $50 - $100 to fill up the car but there isn't any inflation? I am going to have to get a part time job just so I can buy bullets to shoot my guns.