14 November 2011

Kind of relieved.

When I settled on 6.8 for my alternate AR caliber, I worried that I was buying into a dead end.

Any similar round would get me more worried because I thought there wasn't enough market for two rounds to share and that one would eliminate the other.

I am starting to think that the AR is the new Mauser.  You see all manner of bolt guns in every caliber imaginable without worries that your favorite is going to be going away because of the new hotness.

If there's room for .30-06, .308 Winchester, .280 Remington and .270 Winchester there's surely room for .300 BLK, 7.62x40 WT, 6.8x43 SPC II and 6.5 Grendel.

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