This is typical of medium velocity cartridges in general. These large diameter, straight wall cartridges should not be sighted-in and used for shots at or beyond 200 yards, as the trajectory data, below, confirms. The new 350 Legend has the benefit of modern engineering, and the fact that it wasn’t designed specifically for a tubular magazine. Then I, with helpful editorial support from Chuck, compared the .30-30 Winchester and the .350 Legend and the .35 Remington and the .350 Legend. It’s just about perfect for the deer woods, and you can easily teach a youngster the art of shooting an iron-sighted lever rifle without punishing recoil. Using the same case head diameter of the .223 Remington at a length of 1.71-inch, the 350 Legend uses a .357-inch diameter bullet, for a combination that is very easy on the shoulder while being effective downrange. The .45 and .50 caliber loads have SDs that fall short of the .200 benchmark. Chuck Hawks started by giving an overview of the cartridge itself in The Winchester .350 Legend. Both generate between 1,800 and 1,900 ft.-lbs. Alongside the .25, .30 and .32 Remington, the .35 would be the only survivor. Let’s take a look at the two champions of the deer woods, and perhaps finish the conversation started three-plus decades ago. Of the two, which serves the hunter better? If you shoot a .35 Remington, I see no reason whatsoever to stop doing so, just make sure you keep an ample supply of whatever load your rifle likes. Winchester claims the cartridge has 20 percent more penetration and 20 percent less recoil than the .243 Winchester, yet that comparison – though it may be perfectly viable – didn’t exactly translate well to me. Unfortunately, many such systems have no correlation with reality at all. The results are clear. vs. .300 WSM• .223 Remington vs. .22-250 Remington, E-mail your comments/questions about this site to: EmediaHunter@nrahq.org, For questions/comments about American Hunter magazine, please e-mail:Publications@nrahq.org, You can contact the NRA via phone at: NRA Member Programs1-800-672-3888, To advertise on American Hunter, visit nramediakit.com for more information. We've got you covered.• .257 Roberts vs. .250-3000 Savage• .270 Winchester vs. .280 Remington• .35 Whelen vs. 9.3x62mm Mauser• .416 Rigby vs. .416 Remington Magnum• .308 Winchester vs. .30-06 Springfield• .22 Nosler vs. .224 Valkyrie• .300 Win. To me, the trajectory data indicate that taking hunting shots at ranges of 200 yards or more would be both irresponsible and futile with any of these loads. Alongside the .25, .30 and .32 Remington, the .35 would be the only survivor. Winchester’s 160-grain Power Max gives very similar performance, though with a bonded-core hollowpoint bullet. Kicks about like a .223 with heavy bullets.

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