I have been following, collecting, and writing about OATH Ammunition out of Florida for the past year, and now all of the sudden, coming on the heels of their much vaunted 12ga “Tango” expanding solid copper slug and “max cavitator” bullet release to market - they seem to be imploding with legal issues. I had recently noticed that sometime in just the past 3 weeks that all of their solid brass monolithic .308 projectiles have disappeared from their website, and every other online retailer who offered them. That is very fast in internet terms. My assumption was an issue with the BATFE in so far as their loose enforcement interpretation when it comes to harder-than-copper solid projectiles in .224 & .308 with regard to the 1986 federal pistol caliber Armor Piercing law (they have enforced against these calibers of solid brass bullets before).
In looking up info on this I see that on OATH’s Facebook page (which seems abandoned for around a month) that there are several former employees chiming in with complaints about a mass-firing, the proprietor being investigated for some sort of mortgage scam, and various other problems at the factory.