.350 Remington Magnum

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

.350 Remington Magnum

Introduced in 1965 for the model M600 Remington carbine, the .350 Remington Magnum is a belted cartridge. The M600 was designed to be a guide rifle and its most notable feature is its ventilated rib. It was produced in calibers from .222 Remington to the .350 Remington Magnum. While the M600 shots well, it’s looks were it’s undoing, and production ended in 1968. The .350 Rem Mag was also available in the Model 660 & 700 and the XP-100 competition handguns.

The M600 was a light weight rifle and when chambered in the .350 Remington Magnum, it had a heavy recoil and soon became known as a “kicker”. Performance of the .350 fell in a narrow gap between the .300 Magnums and the .338 Magnums and the .350 Rem Mag never caught on with American sportsmen.

The .350 Rem Mag is a powerful cartridge and is capable of taking any game on the North American. It would be suitable for many species in Africa, but some African nations have a .375” or .400” minimum calibers for dangerous game. The .350 Rem Mag is capable of propelling a .358” dia. 200 grain bullet at 2,775 fps. with 3,419 ft.-lbs. of energy.

Roberson Cartridge Company is a custom manufacture of Vintage, Obsolete, Hard to Find and Wildcat calibers.

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