“In the wake of the Great Recession, the stigma attached to certain consumer behavior has fallen away,” washingtontimes.com reports. “What some people once thought of as lowbrow, they now accept — even consider a frugal badge of honor. And it’s not just about Goodwill. Americans, even those with jobs, are shopping for brands, buying at stores and eating at restaurants they shunned previously. They are trying to get more for their money.” Does that hold true for feeding your firearms Jones? Have you gone downmarket, signed-off on SIG for a killer Kel-Tec? Bought used guns whereas you would have purchased new? There are plenty of bargain basement ballistic solutions out there. Did you get you some?