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Thread: PDW Caliber Choice.

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    This was relevant from Shot Show:
    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...dx-sbr-pistol/

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    The new 350 legend also looks interesting from a PDW perspective. Essentially a straight-walled 223 case with a .357 bullet. Likely it will do well in shorter barrels, and they offer both super and a 250-ish grain subsonic. It has the same advantage of blackout using the same bolt and magazines as 223, so it could be a viable sbr caliber. Time will tell, and I'm not rushing out to adopt it, but I'll keep an interested eye out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nate89 View Post
    The new 350 legend also looks interesting from a PDW perspective. Essentially a straight-walled 223 case with a .357 bullet. Likely it will do well in shorter barrels, and they offer both super and a 250-ish grain subsonic. It has the same advantage of blackout using the same bolt and magazines as 223, so it could be a viable sbr caliber. Time will tell, and I'm not rushing out to adopt it, but I'll keep an interested eye out.

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    That one has me excited as well. But unfortunately it does require special mags. At launch they are only did 5 and 10 round versions.



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    Quote Originally Posted by mig1nc View Post
    That one has me excited as well. But unfortunately it does require special mags. At launch they are only did 5 and 10 round versions.



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    I guess that's what happens when you assume-I figured with the same parent case and bolt it would be the same. Now that I think about it the problem with blackout and subs having issues with the ribs of the mag would be exacerbated with a straight-walled case like this. I guess not the ideal situation as we all have plenty of standard mags, but getting some proprietary mags for this wouldn't be a deal-breaker for most people if it really worked well in a short barrel. If I did get one my Omega 9k just might work as well..

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