Originally Posted by CampingJosh
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.
Yeah, it's very possible that they only allow .35 Rem in Handguns, and not Rifles. Stranger things have happened. But, there are a lot of grey areas in this type of law; and as you I'm sure know Indiana hasn't had the handgun caliber rifle laws for very long overall.