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Rifle Cartridges
Obsolete
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350 Remington Magnum
The 350 Remington Magnum was developed in 1965 for the Remington Model 600
bolt-action carbine and later in 1968 for the longer barrel, Remington Model 660 rifle.
With the ballistics of a 35 Whelen, in a short cartidge:
(velocity 2300 to 2900 FPS and  Energy
from 2255 to 3261 Foot 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 in 1974, however it was reintroduced in 2002, but
the ammunition seems to no longer be in production today?
Obsolete, currently no longer made as of early 2013.
Post 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 Remingtom Magnum comparision below, now both obsolete.
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U.S.A. and
some other
countries
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
Remington:
350 Remington
Magnum, pictured
on left.
Strict limit of one cartridge
per collector! orders over
1 cartridge will be canceled.
$ 7.75 per cartridge
350
Remington
Magnum
6.5mmRemington
Magnum
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