Sharing an article for you, dear supporters of Russia, to enjoy:
Here's a juicy little excerpt:Russia's defense industry has "almost doubled" its prewar ammunition production rates, according to a senior NATO member defense official who estimated that Ukrainian forces could face as many as 10,000 incoming rounds per day
Meanwhile, last week, thanks to the NYTimes we learned that the United States plans to ramp up its artillery production sixfold over the next two years. This would bring monthly production volumes to 90,000 artillery shells.
In other words, it will take the United States 2 years, to get to less than a third of the level of munition production Russia currently enjoys - 90,000 shells vs 300,000 shells. Europe is totally screwed, of course, with Scholz saying it will take at least 20 billion Euro and 15 years to build new munitions plants and that would merely replace the munitions provided to Ukraine.
NYTimes link: nytimes.com/2023/01/24/us/politics/pentagon-ukraine-ammunition.amp.html