Welcome to the Forum from New York. Right now so much at Remington is in Flux, I would not yet count on how that will shake out. In any case, Remington stopped making the Accelerator rounds in .308 and .30-06 because the government stepped in as those rounds could be fired in a fully automatic weapon. You may find some .30-30 Accelerator rounds around in stores with VERY OLD inventory. In any case, except as a rarity why would you want them? They are not accurate based on how the .22 caliber projectile is held in the .30 caliber case and even though you can get high velocities, they spray all over the paper.