350 LEGEND AMMo:
350 legend ammo Overview:
This 350 legend ammo called Whitetails stand apart from all other American big game. Hunt them with ammunition that’s just as exceptional.
Federal Non-Typical uses an optimized soft-point bullet with a concentric jacket to provide tag-punching accuracy and consistent, lethal wound channels on any whitetail.
Federal Non-Typical 350 legend ammo is hard hitting ammunition designed for exceptional performance in the field.
A combination of premium bullets with Federal’s reputation for quality results in a hunting round that you can depend on.
This 350 legend ammo is a new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
- Accurate, hard-hitting bullet design
- Loaded to meet the specific needs of deer hunters
- Consistent Federal primer
- Precision-drawn Federal brass
Made In United States of America
|2100 Feet Per Second
|1762 Foot Pounds
|Jacketed Soft Point
|Bullet Brand And Model
|G1 Ballistic Coefficient
|Country of Origin
|United States of America
what is best 350 legend ammo for deer Hunting:
Below are the Top best legend ammo for hunting;
- Winchester Power Max Bonded 160-grain.
- Winchester Super X 180-grain Power Point.
- Winchester Copper Impact 150-grain Extreme Point.
- Hornady American Whitetail 170-grain.
- Federal Power Shok 180-grain.
- Winchester Deer Season XP 150-grain.
How to reload 350 legend ammo:
If you’re a fan of the 350 legend ammo then you know that reloading your own ammo can be a great way to save money and keep your shooting skills sharp.
But if you’ve never done it before, the process can seem a bit daunting. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started reloading 350 legend ammo like a pro.
Before we get started, let’s go over some of the basics. Reloading ammunition involves using a set of tools to measure, charge, and seat new bullets into used brass cases.
The brass is first cleaned and trimmed to ensure that it will fit properly in the chamber of your firearm.
Once the brass is prepared, you’ll use a powder measure to dispense the correct amount of gunpowder into each case.
Next, you’ll use a bullet seating die to seat the new bullet into the case mouth, and finally, you’ll use a crimping die to secure the bullet in place.
The first step in reloading this legend ammo is to clean your brass. This can be done using a number of different methods,
but the most important thing is to remove all dirt, debris, and spent primer from each case. One popular method is to use a tumbler;
simply add your brass and some media (like crushed walnut shells) to the tumbler barrel, turn it on, and let it run for a few hours.
Another popular method is ultrasonic cleaning; this uses high-frequency sound waves to clean your brass without damaging it.
Once your brass is clean, it’s time to trim it. While you can trim your brass by hand with a pair of scissors or a sharp knife,
we recommend using a power trimmer for best results. A power trimmer will quickly and evenly trim your brass to the correct length,
which is important for both safety and accuracy.
We recommend setting your power trimmer to trim each case to 1.920 inches in length.
With your brass clean and trimmed, it’s time to start loading! Begin by setting up your reloading press according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Once your press is set up, install the appropriate dies for reloading 350 legend ammo; we recommend using a full-length resize die and a bullet seating die.
With your dies installed, insert a piece of empty brass into the shell holder and raise the ram until it’s in the full up position.
Now it’s time to add powder to your cases. For this step, you’ll need a powder measure and a powder funnel.
Begin by adding powder to your powder measure; we recommend starting with about 26 grains of IMR 4064 powder for .22-250 ammunition.
With your powder measure filled, trickle the powder into each case until it’s about halfway full.
Once all of your cases are charged with powder, use a powder checker or other means to verify that each case contains the correct amount of powder;
we recommend checking at least 10% of your cases.
With your cases charged with powder, it’s time to seat bullets into them.
For this step, you’ll need a bullet seating die and a bullet seater tool.
Begin by inserting an empty case into the shell holder and raising the ram until it’s in the full up position;
then screw the bullet seating die down until it just contacts the top of the case mouth.
With the seating die adjusted, insert a bullet into the seater tool and align it with the case mouth; then screw the seater tool down until it contacts the seating die.
Finally, pull the handle on your press to seat the bullet into the case mouth; we recommend seating bullets so that they’re flush with or slightly below the case mouth. Repeat this process for all of your cases.
Once all of your bullets are seated, it’s time to crimp them in place. For this step, you’ll need a crimping die and a crimping tool.
Begin by screwing the crimping die into place on your reloading press; then insert an empty case into the shell holder and
raise the ram until it’s in the full up position. With the case in place,
insert The crimping tool into The case mouth so that The beveled edge is facing The bullet; then screw The crimping tool down until it just contacts The seating die.
Finally, pull The handle on Your press to crimp The case around The bullet; we recommendcrimping so that
The case mouth is slightly below flush with The bullet base.
Repeat this process for all of Your cases 350 legend ammunition is now ready to fire!
The 350 Legend ammo is a straight-walled, rebated rim cartridge developed by Winchester Repeating Arms for deer hunters
who live in states that require such cartridges.
With mild recoil and excellent short to medium range ballistics, the 350 Legend will obliterate any deer or hog that walks in front of your tree stand!