I think the 450's recoil in a light rifle makes a stronger argument for the .350.This chambering makes a stronger argument for the 450 Bushmaster...
cptpoly,This chambering makes a stronger argument for the 450 Bushmaster...
Awesome!I shot the 350L for the first time today, 40 rounds of 145gr Winchester ammo. The rifle impressed me with it's accuracy and the round hits pretty hard, it will drop a deer no problem. I only have a Bushnell banner 3-9x40 scope on it and at 160 yards with just a front rest I was hitting clay targets with ease ,no problem. I'll be needing a better scope for precise target work, but for now this is all I have. I kept thinking it would shoot like a pistol caliber round, but it's a rifle round for sure and the recoil is slightly less than a 7.62x39 round. I'd really like to try and reload for it but I don't see any bullets available yet and load data is hard to find. The rifle functioned great and it's stiff as it's new, but smoothing out a little bit with the 40 rounds I fired through it. I had to tweak the trigger spring as the lightest setting was not good for me and the internal trigger components were very dry out of the box, everything needed to be lubed. So far so good and going to clean and lube and head back tomorrow for another session.