What's the deal with the .325 WSM? The .300 WSM has found considerable popularity, but it sure looks to me like the .325 may not be long for the world. Neither Remington, Federal, or Hornady makes any ammo for it, and all Winchester offers is a 180 gr Ballistic Silvertip, a 200 gr Accubond, or a 220 gr Power Point. Winchester firearms used to chamber it in the M70, but it's not a part of the SXR line. Browning and Savage chamber it, but Remington doesn't.
I always thought they should've gone a touch bigger and called it a .338 WSM, because it appears nobody's buying into the .325. Am I missing something, or has the 8mm curse struck again?