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So, I’ve decided that I’m going to pull the trigger (pun intended) on an AR pistol. This is a novelty buy for sure, but would also like to be able to use it deer hunting if I so choose (yes, I realize that MN is starting to talk about allowing rifles ). I was set on getting a 300 blackout, but now I am looking more closely at the 350 legend rounds. From the research that I’ve done, it appears that the 350 round is better balistically in the short configuration and also looks to be cheaper to shoot with less recoil. Has anyone on here had experience in these two calibers?

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I don’t have experience with either round but I’ve been doing some research on the 350 and 450 Bushmaster. A lot of the articles also mention the 300 and they all pretty much say the 350 is far superior to the 300. 

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I know we have folks visiting here in the know. Anyone care to help out here.


Even if you're not a member of HSO yet, feel free to help out.

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