I've been researching Sako ammunition available in Canada and the US and have discovered that it can be had with a number of different bullets that Sako has developed. The most common of the Sako bullets in their loaded ammunition is the Hammerhead, but loaded ammo can be had with the Twinhead (partition), Powerhead, Gamehead, and Arrowhead bullets, and possibly more. In fact, Sako lists 15 different lines of bullets, most of which are for hunting--big-game, dangerous game, or varmints--although there are some lines intended for target and tactical applications. It's possible that not all of these are available in loaded ammunition. For some reason, Sako ammunition is currently being sold at greatly-reduced prices. For example, on the Beretta USA website, a box of 20 .270 Win. rounds with Hammerhead bullet is listed, at the moment, at $21 (a 65% reduction from its usual price of $60), and many cartridges are listed with reductions of 60% to 75%. I'm curious about the reason for this. Has Sako ammo been found to be sub-standard? Has anyone on this forum used any of the recent Sako loaded ammunition? I'd be interested in knowing how it has performed in terms of both accuracy and killing power.