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Old 01-08-2020, 10:12 AM
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2019?!? Didn't know 350 Legend was THAT new. Now I don't have to feel so bad about jumping on the .338 Federal train.
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Old 01-08-2020, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Cub Slayer View Post
When did I say that?

If you're asking me personally, I do not live in such a state. For that and other reasons, this cartridge doesn't interest me, but that was never the intent of my comment.
This explained your earlier post much better. I agree on not living in a state that limits things so much. Having said that, I'm still in CA with all of the anti-lead laws and other stupid crap but not forever. After the wife and I retire, we're moving to another state and taking our retirement $$ with us. I realize some snowflakes will get offended at that but hey, most of them are still living in their parents' basement anyway.
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Old 01-09-2020, 03:44 AM
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Originally Posted by CalHunter View Post
This explained your earlier post much better. I agree on not living in a state that limits things so much. Having said that, I'm still in CA with all of the anti-lead laws and other stupid crap but not forever. After the wife and I retire, we're moving to another state and taking our retirement $$ with us. I realize some snowflakes will get offended at that but hey, most of them are still living in their parents' basement anyway.
Good for you! Its only going to get worse there.
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Old 01-09-2020, 02:22 PM
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there is never nothing wrong with a new cartridge, it creates revenue and interest in the shooting world. The 6.5 creed took the shooting world by storm, it is the same as the 1950's 6.5/250 savage, but better technology has raised the capabilities of all cartridges due to allowing higher pressures, which adds up to better performance.
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Old 01-09-2020, 11:48 PM
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I dont think the .350 Legend will enjoy the fame and fortune of the 6.5 Creedmoor, but in a specific market with virtually only one option, the .350 Legend is a welcomed addition. Even in non-straightwall required states, the Legend will enjoy a happy market - I know a bunch of hog hunters and deep woods deer hunters who are itching for more options without the short-range limitations of the hammer cartridges previously available for their ARs. A few buddies up north live in handgun and shotgun only zones, such an AR-15 pistol is legal fare, and a .350 Legend fills a previously vacant niche between the rather lack-luster .300 blk and the 458 Socom/450bushy.

Guys wanted the 350 Legend, thats why weve seen guys wildcatting rounds like the .357 MaxAR and .358 Yeti before the factory offering of the Legend came to pass. As I have said many times before - there are a lot of questions which are well answered by a 180-220 grain bullet at 1900-2200fps.
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