By my count 26% last quarter. However if they have the ability to increase production it could easily by 50% this quarter. I am not sure they have that much spare capacity or how quick they can ramp up. IMO the average person (or analyst) do not fully comprehend the sporting ammo demand right now. They could sell 500% more product than normal if they had it right now at 50% more markup than normal.
I have been looking for 22LR ammo for three months. All I can find is 30 cents per round when it normally goes for about 5-6 cent. Every gun enthusiast I know is going to stock up with years worth of supply if this madness ever ends which in turn is just going to increase demand longer. When the numbers come out this quarter I think you are going to see a years backlog in the ammo side of the business.
Much more this year. It will depend on the supply/demand dynamics and pricing in the chemical business. The combination of these two businesses makes no sense. They are not complementary, they do not smooth earnings, company should be broken up.