they'd be a little easier to see from tree top height too.
I think it's kind of like the .44 shrubmaster or whatever he called it. Made ten barrels and had trouble selling all of them, permanently shelved the product after that. The .375 Socom looks like a really good, solid, versatile, safe system and I think it will stick around for a while yet, as will the .458. Some wildcats on top of wildcats don't really do anything special and end up going away really quickly. If the Socom had more pressure capability in the AR-15, a .358 would make a lot of sense, basically it would be a scaled-up WSSM. BUT, limiting pressure to 35K, you gotta make it up somewhere and bore cross-sectional area is how you do that.My bad regarding the 358 S.
I knew Tony had a waiting list for barrels, but didn't know if was a bleak as all that.
He said he needs ten guys on the list to make another run of 358 S barrels and only has one guy signed up.