I don't reload yet, I'm not that far invested to justify reload. If the supply chain gets broken then I'm screwed. I do need to stock up as I only have a few hundred rounds of 9mm, 38sp, and 22lr. Did I get caught with my pants down when the shortage hit? Where I sit now, no. I would rather spend my disposable income on other pursuits right now, does not matter anyway, ammo is in limited supply. Should the SHTF tomorrow or within 3 months, then yes my answer would change. Last year disposable income was spent on acquiring guns. This year will be ammo stockpile. And maybe the year after that it will be reloading. I'm gone from home for work a lot, the amount of food I keep on hand is probably less than 1 week. I am considering stocking up about 1 or 2 months worth of Wise freeze dried food as a prep. I have 125 gal hold tank of water in my basement, considering collecting rain water or incorporating a collection system of rain water when I do a remodel job this summer, routing it to my basement for collection. For me gun ownership and shooting are a luxury hobby. It is not going to run my life and I'm not going to fret because I have not been able to find ammo or go to the range now when it is 20*F outside. I'll survive.