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    CGN Regular BlazinDayz's Avatar
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    Great pics! Interesting new caliber. Wonder what the ballistics are compared to the .243?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Y Cannuck View Post
    hmm, 350 legend is available in 145 to 180 grains, and then, they have a 265grain sub sonic load. Interesting!

    Aimed at deer/bear/hog from what i'm reading.

    Congratulations to the two of you. Great shooting!

    https://winchester.com/Products/Ammu...pressed/SUP350
    .351 Winchester with a rebated rim...

    amazing that a 112 year old obsolete cartridge returns with a new role.
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    Nice thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    .351 Winchester with a rebated rim...

    amazing that a 112 year old obsolete cartridge returns with a new role.
    Reinventing the wheel...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    .351 Winchester with a rebated rim...

    amazing that a 112 year old obsolete cartridge returns with a new role.
    While I wouldn't mind the return, this cartridge has a bit more snap than the old 351. I wonder if they are aiming at the 35 Rem.
    https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2019/01/21/shot-show-2019-sig-sauer-bdx-system-future-long-range/

    Thankfully, bullet diameter is .357, not the weird .352 of the old 351 really there's not much similarity other than the relative appearance between the two.
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    Nice pics!! Keep them coming!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Enfield View Post
    .351 Winchester with a rebated rim...

    amazing that a 112 year old obsolete cartridge returns with a new role.
    Definitely not the first time, .38-55 into .375 Win, .45-70 into .450 Marlin, even 6.5 creedmoor isn't anything new ballistically speaking. I am curious to find out what the actual numbers are for this 'new' cartridge. I didn't see any on the Winchester site.

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    tag, so jealous

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    I'd run that 350 legend in an AR platform. 200 grain rcbs cast at 2000 fps... That should do the job on large game fairly well.

    I wonder who would make me a barrel?

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    nice pics!
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