How far can you shoot a deer with a 35 Whelen?

How far can you shoot a deer with a 35 Whelen?

35 Whelen doesn’t drop below 1,000 ft. -lbs. of energy until almost 600 yards. This is a cartridge that is every bit as capable of ethical long-range hunting as most of the other popular hunting cartridges in its class.

Which is bigger 30.6 or 9.3 x66?

Maximum case length of this 9.3 is 2.441” compared to the 30-06 length of 2.494”. Cartridge overall length of the 9.3×62 is 3.291”, just a tad shorter than the 30-06’s 3.340”. Clearly Mr. Bock’s creation lands smack in the wheel house for standard length action rifles with 7×57 and 30-06 diameter bolt faces.

Who makes 35 Whelen ammo?

Remington Ammunition R35WH1 Core-Lokt 35 Whelen 200 GR Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point 20 Bx/ 10 Cs. The Core-Lokt bullet design is the original controlled expansion bullet and one of the most effective ever developed.

What are the ballistics of the.35 Whelen?

Ballistics and Drop for the .35 Whelen. The ballistic performances based off four grain types of muzzle velocity are 2,963 ftps (180 gr), 2,798 (200 gr), 2,613 ft/s (225 gr), and 2,523 ft/s (250 gr). The .35 Whelen was originally a wildcat cartridge that was designed in 1922 by Col. Townsend Whelen while he was commanding the U.S.

When did Remington start using the.35 Whelen cartridge?

In 1987, Remington, a company renown for adopting wildcats, took a large risk and adopted the .35 Whelen as a chambering for their Model 700 Limited Edition Classic. The cartridge was also chambered in the fast handling model 7600 pump action rifle. Two factory loads were created featuring 200 grain pointed and 250 grain round nose bullets.

What is the muzzle velocity of A.35 Remington?

Ballistics and Drop for the .35 Remington. The case is a rimless bottleneck with a large rifle primer that fits a .338 inch bullet on a .384 inch neck cartridge case. The ballistic performances based off three grain types for muzzle velocity are 2,300 ft/s (150 gr), 2,122 ft/s (180 gr), and 2,084 ft/s (200 gr).

Can A.35 Whelen be used in pump action?

In a poorly fitted rifle or where a short eye relief scope is used, the.35 Whelen may be extremely unpleasant to use. The Whelen does produce high action to stock torque and recoil is enough to fracture inferior stock and bedding materials. The.35 Whelen has over the years been available in both pump and semi-automatic Remington actions.