After Murphy made a remark that the 325WSM would likely gain in popularity, I've been reading up on it lately ...
In a nutshell (and to quote someone else who I can't remember), the 325WSM "shoots flatter than a .338 WM but has more punch than a .300 WM".
Whenever I see a new round, I always like to ask why the average consumer would think it differentiates from those cartridges already available ...the banker's question ...why will it sell (or not)? The reason I ask that is because if I invest in a new gun, I don't want it fading into history after all the initial hullabaloo is overwith. I still remember the 16-gauge in my dad's closet that he always swore was the best thing since butter on bread...
So why would the average Joe, educated by gun magazine propaganda, feel the .325 WSM ought to be his/her next go-to gun? I'm curious ...what makes it stand out to the general public (which has far less knowledge than someone like Murphy and the other experts here)?
Thanks, no flames please.