Released in 1993 for IPSC and USPSA Limited-division competitive shooters as a major power factor round, the .356 TSW produces a 182-power factor. Later on, IPSC and USPSA would rule that a cartridge had to be at least .40 cal. to qualify for major power factor in Limited division, leaving the .356 TSW without an audience and essentially doomed.
Muzzle Velocity causing vertical dispersion at long range is common knowledge, but what about BC variation from shot-to-shot? This article by Bryan Litz will be of interest to high power and precision rifle shooters.
How heavy or light a bullet will your rifle accurately shoot?
According to Applied Ballistics’ Doc Beech, ballistic coefficient variation needs to be taken seriously by shooters.
In Production alone, a whopping 57 percent of shooters use Dillon Precision as their handloading/reloading machine of choice. And, 32 percent of them opted for the popular 650 model.
It’s official: 350 Legend, which can outperform other straight-walled cartridges while staying within safety parameters, is SAAMI-cleared