Originally Posted by Falcon16
Trying to go backwards to a caliber that was tried and basically rejected by the market in the 80s seems dumb Imo. 68 is the standard for a reason just stick to what works
The difference between the industry today and the industry in the 80's is size. Today, we have room for diversification and there are so many manufacturers and with CNC machining and such, it's much easier to develop new stuff and bring it to the market. In the 80's the market was so small, segmenting made no sense. We were still working on economies of scale. Concentrating on one caliber made a lot of sense. Today there is no need to do that anymore.