When Winchester Ammunition introduced 350 Legend ammo, it was a welcomed sight for deer hunters, especially those living in states that require they use rifles chambered for a straight-walled cartridge. Before .350 Legend ammo, they were limited to using dated, oversized, or short-range ammunition. In just a few years, .350 Legend has become known as a powerful round with very soft recoil.
Its performance is often compared to the popular .223 Remington because it’s AR-compatible when you use a .350 Legend upper. Speaking only about rifle ammo, though, the 350 Legend bullet is much bigger. With a bullet diameter of .357 inches and a 1.71-inch long shell case, the total length of the 350 Legend cartridge is 2.26 inches.
On paper, the 350 Legend deer hunting round with a 150-grain bullet has a muzzle velocity of 2,325 feet-per-second and 1,800 foot-pounds of energy. And, a 145-grain Full-Metal Jacket load has a muzzle velocity of 2,350 fps and 1,778 ft-lbs of energy.
The all-new 350 Legend™ cartridge is engineered for deer hunters to deliver massive downrange energy transfer with improved penetration from a modern straight-walled cartridge. The oversized impact diameter of the Extreme Point® bullet offers bigger impact trauma for larger wound cavities and faster knockdown.
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Specifications for Winchester DEER SEASON XP .350 Legend 150 grain Extreme Point Polymer Tip Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
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Features of Winchester DEER SEASON XP .350 Legend 150 grain Extreme Point Polymer Tip Centerfire Rifle Ammunition:
- Ballistic Profile Streamlined profile for flat trajectory and energy retention
- Large Diameter Polymer TipAccelerates expansion resulting in rapid impact trauma
- Precision Jacket & CoreYields optimum accuracy, penetration and energy transfer
- Winchester DEER SEASON XP .350 Legend 150 grain Extreme Point Polymer Tip Centerfire Rifle Ammunition