Re: load data on shortened "Indiana Legal" .35 Remington
Originally Posted by Rogeritall
So, if .35 Remington is a "legal handgun caliber" I would think it would be a legal caliber for handgun caliber rifles. But, like most of this stuff you never find out for sure until it's tested in court.
I don't think that is right. A lot more cartridges are OK in handguns than in rifles.
Any cartridge .243 caliber and up is good in a handgun. In a rifle, though, it's got to be within the defined dimensional limits. That's why the. 458 SOCOM is so popular here now. .45-70 performance in deer legal cartridge.
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