Winchester’s new 350 Legend is a straight-wall case with a .378-inch rim diameter (same as a .223 Rem.) and measures 1.71 inches in length, making it legal in states like Iowa, Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan. Firing .357-inch 150-grain Winchester Extreme Point bullets at 2,325 feet per second, the 350 Legend is effective on deer-size game to 250 yards, and generates more energy than a .30/30 load from a 20-inch barrel. In addition to its relatively flat trajectory (for a straight-wall cartridge, anyway), the Legend offers two other advantages over its straight-wall competitors. First, recoil is extremely mild—20 percent less than a .243 Winchester—making the 350 Legend one of the lightest-kicking deer rifles available. Second, ammunition is affordable, costing as little as $15 a box.