Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Dinosaur1, Nov 19, 2020.
I'd grab one with a 16-18" barrel personally and have a handier carbine. The difference in velocity will be negligible.
Said it shoots great.
Loaned it to a guy for his kid to use.
Dropped an 8 pt with it.
Only field report Ive gotten so far
I have used 44 mag a lot in the past.
Im not so sure I would consider “moving up” to 350 Legend to be much of a net gain.
But if you just want a new toy....
Toys and women keep men young.
One is considerably more expensive.
That’s just my perspective. It seems regardless the rounds gets mostly favorable reviews especially by those who own it so I think you’ll be pleased regardless of what direction you go. And you don’t need any reason to buy a particular gun/caliber other that “It’s cool to me”!
For what its worth 350 is about the only ammo you can find in MO. But MO isnt a straightwall state.
I would think it would work pretty well on deer.
Personally I have little use for one.
Agreed on the Vortex. I was very disapointed in the Crossfire II I bought for my dad. I’d say a $40 simmons has similar glass and tracks better.
I think Winchester might have a stinker on their hands
FWIW, I am not in a straight wall state. I just like the 350 because it is economical, accurate, and has a very good power to recoil ratio.
Yup. Still waiting on that to shake out.
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