absolutely - current offerings of 300 blk FMJ target loads have expanded a lot since the early days - still less than 308 fmj and has come down quite a bit for reman ammo.
which has been fantastic. its only helped mainstream the cartridge.
as i said...
thats one thing everyone has cried about the 300 blk since it was released... cheap fmj ammo. and we finally have a manufacturer that solved that problem right from launch.
i still stand by that statement. quality sub 50 cent a squeeze ammo didnt exist for us until - relatively - recently. for a very long time you could only do that as a reloader.
and we have a manufacturer thats releasing a brand new 47 state legal hunting cartridge with just that - 50 cent or under plinking grade FMJ ammo for practicing - right from product launch.
that foresight of listening and responding to what shooters want/need deserves praise from Winchester. I feel it stands to give them a big out of the box product launch boost from the early adopter crowd.
especially since long gone are the days when you could go to your local wally world and pickup a box of core-lokt or win super-x for $6 for your deer slaying booomstick. those days are long gone and nearly into the mythical fair tale category.