You gotta get out more. I guess someone who only shoots about 4 times per year doesn't need much ammo, but if you had invested in it when it was cheaper, you could benefit from it right now, and into the future. So far this week I only went shooting once, and it was .38 spl revolver day; so I put 50 rounds of 158g LRN thru my 2 Vaqueros for accuracy (normally I compete and put 100 rounds thru them very fast at big, close targets against the clock, no time for precision), followed by 100 rounds of 130g FMJ thru my 2 new-to-me K frames and my old pre-lock 642 airweight J-frame (which really requires much more practice) and maybe another 100 rounds of bulk .22LR thru my new 43 airlite J-frame (still breaking it in). About 250 rounds of 3 types of ammo thru 6 revolvers in less than one hour. When shooting bottom feeders (my preferred weapons) like Glocks & AKs I tend to burn up much more ammo, bringing pre-loaded mags to the range saves time. If I still had to go out and buy ammo every time I wanted to go shooting, I'd probably shoot less often too. Glad I stocked up back when prices were lower. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!