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348 and 358 win mag. #14105547 09/06/19
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are these rounds used for cowboy action?


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Re: 348 and 358 win mag. [Re: m1rifleman] #14106713 09/06/19
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I'm not much of a CAS shooter but this is my understanding.

Rifles are limited to designs of 1899 and earlier which eliminates the 348 as a factory option.

There isn't a 358 Win mag at this time- if you mean 358 Win or 358 Norma mag, see the above.

I also believe the rules were changed many years ago limiting rifles to pistol cartridges. Someone better versed should be along soon to give a better post.

Re: 348 and 358 win mag. [Re: woodmaster81] #14109621 09/07/19
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Originally Posted by woodmaster81
I'm not much of a CAS shooter but this is my understanding.

Rifles are limited to designs of 1899 and earlier which eliminates the 348 as a factory option.


If that was the case people wouldn't be allowed to use Henry Big Boys, a brand new 21st century design. Unfortunately, Henry somehow got an exception for the ugly things.

But you can't use a .348. Or a .358 Win Mag.

Re: 348 and 358 win mag. [Re: m1rifleman] #14190807 10/09/19
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Maybe I'm late to the party, but the answer is still no.

See sassnet.com for a downloadable copy of the rule book.


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