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Re: 350 legend

Postby floydp » Mon Jun 24, 2019 12:07 pm

Sterling offers brass for the 350 legend now I cant get the web page to up load
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Re: 350 legend

Postby cwlongshot » Mon Jun 24, 2019 12:11 pm

Im thinking you mean STARLINE offers Brass? I see it now 71$/250 pcs


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Re: 350 legend

Postby Hoot » Mon Jun 24, 2019 1:51 pm

$.29 per case Link doesn't seem too bad if you're incined toward this caliber. For everyone in one of the pistol caliber, shotgun zones, I hope the .355 vs .357 issues gets cleared up before the fall hunting season.

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Re: 350 legend

Postby plant_one » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:28 pm

shouldn't be a problem here in Michigan... our rules say 35 cal or greater and 1.6-1.8 case length... which the legend satisfy's.
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Re: 350 legend

Postby cwlongshot » Wed Jun 26, 2019 8:23 am

I have read from a few sources Iowa seems to be the one state with issues. Winchesters mess.

I have seen a letter from Ohio. Its good there. Luckily I dont need to worry I can use what ever.

As for brass costs, Im buying loaded ammo fro under 9$ a box. I pull it and re use properly prepped brass factory primers and powder with a re sized bullet for awesome accuracy.

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Re: 350 legend

Postby cwlongshot » Wed Jul 17, 2019 9:37 am

I ran my “rebuilt” factory loads over the chrony Sunday.

I dont remember exact numbers but ES was close like 25-30 and single digit with a vel average of 2347 fps!

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Re: 350 legend

Postby plant_one » Wed Jul 17, 2019 10:42 am

cwlongshot wrote:I ran my “rebuilt” factory loads over the chrony Sunday.

I dont remember exact numbers but ES was close like 25-30 and single digit with a vel average of 2347 fps!

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thats a 16" barrel with the 147gr fmj's?
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Re: 350 legend

Postby CJP1 » Wed Nov 13, 2019 11:46 am

Well I took the 350 plunge last Saturday. I bought a CVA Scout with threaded 19-7/8" barrel and Winchester 150gr XP ammo. I loctited the base, mounted Burris Signature Zee rings and mounted a Swift Premier 4-12x40 scope in them. I laser bore sighted it and took it to the range the following day. In 7 shots I was 2 inches high at 100 yards and dead on at 180. It's just as accurate as my 450BM with less muzzle rise. It's going to be my go to rifle this deer season. It would make a great rifle for a woman, child or anyone who is recoil sensitive. This is my third CVA and I and I have no complaints with any of them.
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Re: 350 legend

Postby AR Sarge » Sat Nov 30, 2019 6:14 am

For anyone interested in subsonic hunting / defense, Maker Bullets now lists a 220gr expanding subsonic load. They also have a 150gr supersonic load.

I have some of each on order, hopefully in time for late antlerless season here in Michigan.

If you handload, the bullets can be had for that as well as loaded.
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