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Rifle Cartridges
Obsolete
350 Remington Magnum
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
above, left
350 Remington
Magnum
Above Right
6.5mm Remington
Magnum
The 350 Remington Magnum is a belted case cartridges developed in 1965 for the Remington Model 600 bolt-action
carbine, later in 1968 for the longer barrel, Remington Model 660 rifle, then in 1969 with the Model 700 Remington in
1969. With the ballistics of a 35 Whelen, in a short cartridge: (muzzle velocity 2300 to 2900 FPS and Energy from 2255 to
3261Foot Pounds per square inch) this caliber is adequate for all North American big game in the 100 to 300 yard range.
The ammunition was discontinued by Remington in 1974, however there are a few companies producing limited runs of
this caliber today.
Please note: The 6.5 Remington Magnum came out in 1966 for the Remington Model 660 carbine, it was produced by
necking down the 350 Remington Magnum to 6.5 mm (264 Caliber). Please see the 350 to 6.5 mm Remington Magnum
comparison below, now both obsolete now, accept for special runs
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