A side effect of the current ammo situation is that my guns in oddball calibers are going to get more of a workout. I brought my Smith 544 to the range yesterday to use up an opened bag of .44-40 I found in the attic. It means I'm down to only 100-150 rounds of .44 WCF in the house now, but in the oddball calibers, I'm generally happy if I have one box on hand.
All those years of Glocks and SIGs and Berettas in .40 cal mean that I have several hundred rounds of odds & sods in .40 S&W ammo. I guess I should take that as a signal to drag my lone .40 to the range and burn it up. Especially since I don't currently have a loaded round of 9mm FMJ to my name. 9mm JHP? Oh, I've got half an ammo can full of that, but I feel bad shooting my bowling pin ammo at paper.
I have probably half a case or more of .32 S&W Long, which is a clear sign that my Model 31-1 needs to come to the range more.
Incidentally, Shootin' Buddy discovered this old Remington "Mohawk" stuff for sale in scenic Lafayette. The dealer swears up and down he just got several cases of it from RSR. I have no earthly idea where RSR would have turned up .22 ammo that was at least 30 years old, but there you go. I was in for a thousand rounds. It seems to work fine. Besides, it will feel appropos to shoot antique .22 ammo in my K-22.
Incidentally, while the Mohawk worked fine, a more recent batch of Remington .22 didn't. Shootin' Buddy buys Remington blue label target stuff to shoot in his suppressed Mk II. I wish I'd thought to scribble down the lot number of the stuff he was using yesterday, because the brass was brittle and not up to par. He had several hard primers and multiple split cases, some of them rather dramatically split...