Maybe its a geographical thing, maybe its just SOME of my friends (in their early 30's) but I am seeing a new trend with some new gun owners that doesnt sit well with me... All this recent panic buying, although good to see our community growing, isnt always by strong 2A supporters who understand whats going on. I think many are just buying guns to keep "just in case" or because right now its "cool" to own guns. What I mean is, I know 3 guys my age.....who all recently bought their first pistols and although Ive been vocal with them about ammo availability and taking a stand for the gun community....I am seeing all 3 of them as well as many new gun owners who are very sheepish and quiet about their guns. Maybe I am being impatient and these folks will find their voice once they get more familiar being a gun owner.....but for now I consider them almost embarrassed to embrace this lifestyle. I recently engaged 2 of them in emails about scoring ammo local places....to help them out....and none of them really seem interested. They either dont FULLY understand the ammo availability right now, or just think having a box or 2 will be enough if they REALLY needed it. Does anyone else know new gun owners who are just comfortable playing the sidelines.....and not really making a big effort to learn the gun, get good shooting it, or bother keeping an adequate supply of ammo? Or, are my expectations too high for some of these new gun buyers?