Why can’t we love the .35? That’s a question I just don’t understand. By and large, we shooters seem to gravitate to the middle of the road; to bland, yet predictable, mediocrity. In rifle cartridges, we usually take the safe route and .30-caliber has emerged as the American shooter’s choice. The most popular cartridges … Continue reading “America’s Rejected Caliber by Bryce Towsley”
I bought a can while at Camp Perry and found that it was one of the best deals. That I had ever made!
Now that is what I call a REAL MAN Caliber. So as you can guess by now, there is no way in Hell. That you could talk me into cranking one off. Except if it was with a seriously reduced load of powder in it. Like say 1/5 of a normal load. Grumpy