The Military Arms Channel on YouTube has posted another excellent video, this time its about what gun should someone may prefer in a post Democrat election?
For most of you the information covered in the video is very basic and boring. It goes back to whether the shooter likes the AK-47 or the AR-15 better.
There are some good points that are brought up, such as there being no domestic manufacturer of 5.45×39mm ammunition for the AK-74. This is the main reason why I have not bought an AK-74, and I do not want to stockpile yet “another” caliber.
In the video there is a comment that WASR-10 prices are in the $600 price range? I have not confirmed those prices. But if those prices are correct, we are in deep crap as the WASR-10 is made in Romania.
There are two driving factors that would drive up the price of a Romanian made products:
1, Inflation, as in the US dollar is losing value on the international market.
2, Demand is outstripping supply.
Before and after a democrat is elected president there is usually some level of panic buying. But to make the price of a rifle double? Something is wrong there.
When a bottom of the barrel AK-47 cost more then an AR-15, its time to stop buying AK-47s. Let demand drop, surpluses will rise, and prices will go down. In all honesty, there is no excuse for a foreign made AK-47 to cost over around $300, and includes Russian and Chinese made AKs.
However, as the value of the US dollar continues to drop, foreign made products will continue to go up in price.
There is another issue that might be driving up prices, and that is good ole capitalism. If someone is willing to pay $600 for a bottom of the barrel WASR-10, then the company is going to mark the prices as such.
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