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Buck status: Broken
Ohio hunting bros... we won.
Only in Ohio
As if, ODNR will take another 50 years to expand gun season for whitetail.
I don't get why so many companies have been trying to revolutionize the straight walled cartridge market. There are only a few states left that still ban tapered cartridges for durr and those places are perfectly content using 12 gauge slugs, .45-70 .357, or .44 Magnum
I think we should welcome all sorts of innovation, even for obsolete concepts lever actions, straight walls, black powder, muzzleloaders, revolvers, etc.
It’s nice to have options.
>starting at 40 dollars a box before dealer markup and tip
why have we allowed a 25% tip at firearm stores of all places to become the standard for some reason? Tipping never used to be a thing at all.
Do americans really give tips on fucking supermarkets now?
they be trying but i do not give shit unless i know they are a traditional tipped worker like a waiter or personal care barber/massuese/hooker/gunrange crableg server type stuff
i view it as begging, and like fuck i am giving money to locations that pull in over $1M a year in revenue already.
Tipping encourages corporate welfare.
I went to Progun Vegas and they literally have a tip jar and when you pay with card they automatically have a section on the receipt to write in the tip amount like you're buying food at a restaurant. Nice range tho.
>another meme caliber that will disappear from shelves after 3 years
Don't you mean, another meme calibre that will never appear on the shelf before being discontinued?
>Buck status: Broken
I like the cartridge, but I fail to see how it is better enough than .350 Legend to give up semi-auto capabilities.
Because tapered cartridge bans are coming soon to a state legislature near you!
>civilian firearms market where primary rifle cartridge is 45-70
.45-70 isn't legal in states that have case length limits. For flatter trajectory high recoil loads are required.
For the other cartridges, range is an issue. I wouldn't use a slug gun over 100 yards, .357 magnum at 150 is marginal, .44 magnum is better but still suboptimal. .350 Legend is a legit 200 yard cartridge, and this new .360 is better still.
No one ever white tail hunts past 100 yards anyway
Based on https://www.remington.com/rifle/core-lokt/29-R27743.html it seems like it might be an improvement at 200 yards, but pushing the range out to 300 is pretty questionable.
Based. It's like if 45-70 had been designed for nitro powder.
If you're shooting a deer from more than 100 yards away you're a gay so that solves that.
350 legend basically just longer 223 casings necked up to 9mm bullets in a modernized powder load for rifles woth similar power to 30-30, so has potential to become a cheaper mag fed alternative to 30-30 in bullet weights heavier than 223 can do.
You could say 300 blackout is this already, but they have their own bullet design and 9mm bullets are the defacto standard pistol bullet world wide, they will always win on price.
>that still ban tapered cartridges for durr
For what purpose?
States where hunting occurs not far from civilized areas, where they want to minimize the chance of bullets traveling into those civilized areas because retards aren't being aware of what's beyond the animal they're shooting.
>they want to minimize the chance of bullets traveling into those civilized areas
Are the unaware of Bubba's Pissing Hot™ loads?
>.45-70 .357, or .44 Magnum
>not .460 S&W, .357 Maximum and .444 Marlin
In 10 years this will be gone but .45-70 will still be around lol
Remington has to be trolling
So how many deer can one fuck with it?
I fucking hate hunters so much
Please let this take off so I can actually find .359 bullets for reloading .35 Remington, thanks.
Wow, a completely new round that is a cunthair more effective than .350 Legend. Fucking gay ass straightwall states.
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