Yes, the .308 is still available.
I went out today and shot these four 3-shot groups.
I apologize for not getting pix up sooner. A lot of times I will use the same target for other hunting rifles I sight in for others. Unfourtuntely the targets I shot the groups on previously were well shot targets. I had kept one that I had just fired the .308 at, but it was damaged by the weather as I forgot it on my bench. Anyway, for the groups in the photo the smallest group at 100 yds. measures right at .210 and the largest measures right at .4,the group at 300 yds measures right at .8 center to center. all groups were fired one after another. The group farthest right was after point of impact change. The 300 yd target was fired last with 3.75 MOA up from 100.
The load I used was BHA match brass full length sized federal GM210 primers and 46grs. of varget under a 175 SMK with a cartridge overall length of 2.822 and then lightly crimped with a collet crimping die. Muzzle velocity guessed to be right around 2825 fps.
All groups were shot off the bi-pod in the prone position with rear bag from the magazine.