Originally Posted by Erik Kiser
I often wonder why in the world manufacturers in the firearms industry don't vastly increase production capacity. Great move on Berger
Indeed. I haven't seen .22 LR on the shelves for over a year, not to mention powder or brass. I've never seen an industry that leaves so much money on the table, as the ammo makers. Sure they have their excuses, but can you imagine if Apple, Dell, or any phone maker couldn't make enough product. They would find ways to increase production to meet demand, and do it in a flexible manner.
I'm switching over the Bergers for all my rifles. I simply can't rely on Sierra and Nosler to produce bullets in a timely fashion. Hornady seems a little better, so I'll probably keep flinging their 53 gr. Vmax.