I have a general question that I cannot seem to find an answer to. What is going on with the availability of 300RUM and 338 RUM brass? I used to own a Sendero in 300 RUM. no longer own it. recently decided to get back into the long range shooting. I have about 200 cases of 300 RUM. I was considering getting another Sendero in 300 RUM. after quite a bit of online searching, I could not find ANY available brass for reload. tons of loaded ammo though. also checked in to the 338 RUM. same story. Decided against both. I now own a very nice Savage FCP HS in 338 Lapua. I absolutely love that rifle. I have no regrets. my research showed that I could load that 338 Lapua for just a little more than the 300 RUM. finding a rifle in 300RUM was easy, but components was practically impossible. something going on with Remington regarding brass? I also considered the 338 Edge. pretty much the same story. and the loading dies for the 338 Edge.....ouch. People have cut down the 338 Lapua online....but after my research, it is a very viable option. yes the Lapua brass is more pricey....but I am impressed with it. only brass I have EVER loaded that just feels so strong and solid. I am willing to spend a few extra $$ on brass I can plan on reloading 10-12 times vs 4-5 times. People will say that the 338 Lapua is a "sniper round", "military round". where do they think the 30-06, 308 win, 45-70, 223, 6.5 swede, 303 brit, (and so on) started from? anyway. I am just rambling on. was more curious about what happened to the Rem Ultra brass. by the way....I do have 300 RUM brass I will be selling. most are shot 1-2 times. some new. many primed.