that's the thing I don't want to keep buying there products if they keep dropping everything like hot potatoesProfitability and depth of range don't necessarily go together.
It doesn't puzzle me that they have dropped a lot of product, but it does sometimes puzzle me as to which ones they drop.
I'm guessing it's management by the finance guys. It seems like in the past business people ran companies, and used the finance guys to figure out how to pay for everything. Now, it's finance guys with an MBA and a spreadsheet that run everything. Customer service doesn't fit in a spreadsheet, except as a department with big costs. Experience doesn't fit in a spreadsheet, except for higher salaries for longer term employees. Quality doesn't fit in a spreadsheet, except all those dollars spent on warranty work. If it doesn't fit in a spreadsheet and make the bottom line look better, it isn't done.I blame it on erratic management.
This is most likely the exact reason for Taurus' constant introduction/discontinuation of firearms. Taurus has had a revolving door of C.E.O. since 2015, each with their own opinion on how to make the company more financially successful, yet nearly all of them inevitably fell into the business strategy of, "Throw a bunch of darts at a cork board on the wall lined with postit notes for different concepts for new/unique firearms and see what sticks."I blame it on erratic management.