On Sniper Central, I saw results from a bench test on various .308 ammo.
The Hunting Shack's 168g match shot an average of .588" MOA shooting a best of .516" MOA on a stock Remington 700. It was the most consistent ammo on the list consisting of the following: Hornady 168g match, Winchester 168g Supreme Match, Black Hills 168g Match, Federal 168g Gold Metal Match, Lapua 167g Aficionado+, Remington 168g Premier Match, and ABT 168g.
That same bench test was preformed on a Tactical Operations Bravo-51, and got these results: .227" MOA average, with a best of .094" MOA. It being the best performing ammo.
Now, I know if it's not saying much, considering rifles like particular brands of ammo, with there generally being no rhyme or reason... but, if they make all their ammo as good as theirs performed in the .308, I'd say it isn't a bad buy at all.