THE .33 WINCHESTER, .35 REMINGTON, .401 WINCHESTER
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THE .33 WINCHESTER, .35 REMINGTON, .401 WINCHESTER

THE .33 WINCHESTER, .35 REMINGTON, .401 WINCHESTER




      

THE .33 WINCHESTER, .35 REMINGTON, .401 WINCHESTER


THE .33 WINCHESTER, .35 REMINGTON, .401 WINCHESTER

To all intents and purposes, so far as results upon game are concerned, these three cartridges may be considered as one and the same. All of them use 200 grain bullets, and while the Winchester .401 has some little advantage in velocity, trajectory, and energy, the difference is not of sufficient moment to be worthy of special mention. All have muzzle velocities of 2,000 feet and better, with a striking force in the neighborhood of a ton. The character and shape of the soft-point bullet used is the same in all.

While I believe that in view of present tendencies and preferences among riflemen and game hunters this ammunition could be improved by increasing the velocity to 2,400 or 2,500 feet, yet I consider them at the present time, for general use, the best all round big game cartridges we have in America. They have such diameter and shape of bullet as will insure against upset and the expenditure of the full energy upon any game, whether soft skinned or heavy boned. Moreover, power, accuracy, and trajectory are accompanied in them by low breech pressure, little metallic fouling or wear on the barrels, and a minimum of recoil for results secured.

In the hands of experienced guides, mountain men, and hunters in the West and North these cartridges and the guns in which they are used have given perfect results upon all game including the largest varieties of bear. This is not saying that they are bear or elephant guns, but they will do the work when required, and certainly have ample power for elk and moose.

Askins, Charles. Rifles and Rifle Shooting. New York: Outing, 1912. Print.

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