In the light of the Ukraine crisis, I won’t be in the least surprised to find that either the US administration imposes restrictions on the import of Russian-bloc ammunition as part of wider economic sanctions, and/or that Russia restricts the export of such ammo. Even if no actual restrictions are imposed in the short term, finding ways to get ammo from there to here might become problematic if the Black Sea turns into a conflict zone.
That means if you use low-cost Russian- or Ukrainian-sourced ammo (including brand names like Barnaul, Brown Bear, Golden Bear, Golden Tiger, Silver Bear, Tula and Wolf) in any caliber (but particularly former standard cartridges of the Soviet Union) you might find it hard to get supplies at all, let alone at a reasonable price. You might want to buy some while it’s still available. (I just ordered another case to augment my stash – a number of Internet suppliers still have it in stock.) For that matter, considering how those of us with reserve ammo supplies found them worth several times what we’d paid for them during the most recent panic, this might be a good time to add to your reserves of ‘trade goods’.
Just sayin’ . . .