Hello GT. I have a prepping dilemma that I bet lots of folks are facing right now. I'm under-prepped, and I'm on a seriously tight budget. My wife and I own a very small suburban home at the edge of a small city, in a moderate climate, very close to the intersection of two major interstates. I'd like to be prepared for everything from total collapse to natural disasters to chemical/radioactive spills close to home. Given the events of the last week, I've given serious thought to dropping what cash I have into guns, mags and ammo. But, in the larger scheme, how important are these items? I am an overweight, untrained civilian. I cannot imagine a scenario in which I shoot through all seven of my AK mags and live to fight again. If there wasn't a ban coming, I would spend my money on better winter coats, better footwear, cast iron cookwear, gasoline, paying down the tiny bit of debt we have (less than $5k), etc. But there is a ban coming. What should I do? Current preps: Two weeks of food and water A week's worth of backup heating, both propane and kerosene BOBs and GHBs for both of us Glock 19, three 15rnd mags, about 200 rounds on hand Bolt-action .22, scoped, about 1500 rounds on hand AK, seven mags, about 500 rounds on hand I'm specifically thinking about more mags for the AK and a Ruger 10/22 with five 25rnd mags. But I know there are other holes to fill. Thoughts?