When a new cartridge like the 350 Legend is released, there are generally the two polarized reactions from the shooting public. Half are eager to try it out and let everyone know about it, the other half sit back and wonder why no one sees the wisdom in sticking with proven cartridges that already work just fine.
“A rock is a rock.” They’ll tell you. “Good, old rocks. Nothing beats rocks.”
The rest of us, who shoot and review ammo, fall somewhere between the extremes of blindly embracing shiny things or curmudgeonly condemning change. That is to say, if we are going to reinvent the wheel, will the new wheel be a nice wheel, or better yet, a wheel that gets us to where we are going faster and more efficiently?
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