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U.S.A. and
some other
countries
       358 Winchester (8.8x51mm)
For now Winchester is not producing this caliber and
may not again? These are older Winchester production
with the now obsolete, famous, 200 grain "Silvertip"
projectiles and "W-W SUPER" headstamp by Winchester
Strict limit of one cartridge per customer
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
Current
Rifle Cartridges
The 358 Winchester was introduced in 1955 for the Winchester  Model 70 bolt-action rifle and Winchester Model 88
level-auction rifle, and later the Model 99 Savage.
Also use in Europe as the 8.8x51mm, but now no rifle in the USA is made in the caliber accept by Browning in the BLR
lever-action rifle.
The 358 Winchester is a necked -up (widened) 308 Winchester, or basically a shorten 35 Whelen.
This is a great 35 caliber with energy levels over 3,225 foot pounds, and velocities over 2,700 feet per second, much
better then the 35 Remington or older 35 winchester.
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