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360 Buckhammer

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In 2023, Remington Introduced the 360 Buckhammer. This is nothing more than a necked-up version of the 30-30, shortened to work with 35-caliber bullets.

This round comes very close to duplicating a round Winchester was set to introduce back in the very early 1900s when Remington stole it’s thunder with the introduction of the 35 Remington.

The single and only reason this cartridge exists is to satisfy the asinine restrictions know-nothing folks in positions of authority in various States established requiring that big-game hunting rifles must use straight-walled cases, and sometimes with an additional limitation on case length.

This is just one more example of what happens when people who likely could not find the end of the gun the bullet comes out of to put their finger in the hole are, nevertheless, allowed to establish rules for what is and what is not safe and effective for hunting use. Nothing new to this.


These are the same sort of folks who have long mandated such things as shotguns with slugs only, believing those are somehow far safer than high-power rifles when, no common sporting load of any kind is more dangerous as a ricochet hazard than a shotgun slug is. But, it is what it is.

Ballistically, because it works at 50,000 psi and is almost as long as 30-30 rounds are, the Buckhammer can generate significantly more energy. Therefore, it is entirely adequate for shots on most big game in North America. Limited trajectory is the biggest restricting factor.

Heritage of this case dates to 1879 with the introduction of the 38-50 Ballard case.


The text associated with the cartridge description reflects opinions and conclusions of the author, M.L. (Mic) McPherson. Lee Precision and its employees do not necessarily either agree or disagree with any of his comments. We present these with due deference to his recognized expertise in the firearms field. His acumen extends to handloading and all aspects of ballistics - internal, external, and terminal.
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