The commemorative .308 is a 168gr Nosler HPBT and the package comes with 22 of them.
For $159.99 or $7.27 a shot.
A bit steep.
The True Velocity .308 WIN composite cartridge is designed for perfection. Included in the commemorative package are 22 state-of-the-art, composite-cased True Velocity rounds loaded with 168-grain Nosler Custom Competition HPBT projectiles, a branded D.O.P.E. (Data on Previous Engagements) logbook and an official 1 MOA True Velocity challenge coin. Commemorative packages will arrive in a collector’s edition box.
With a 30% reduction in weight compared to traditional brass rounds and unprecedented accuracy and consistency, True Velocity’s precisely manufactured ammunition provides serious shooters with a serious advantage.
Included in purchase: recycling bag for spent casings
Now, I am not one to dictate how someone should launch their product to the public. True Velocity is partnered with General Dynamics and Beretta chasing after a win in the NGSW competition, that bullpup is probably the #2 contender. Their prime competition, in my humble opinion, is Sig Sauer’s bi-metal brass/stainless case and MCX SPEAR/MG68 combination.
So while this is cool and plastic cased ammo is now a commercially available product in a sense, it is not available (yet) in regular commercial allotments like 20, 100, 200, 500, or 1,000 rounds. No word on pricing for those rounds either and that will determine market viability in most circumstances whether they are chasing match ammo market or the bulk ammo space.