Remington Ammunition’s Groundbreaking 360 Buckhammer Ammo Cartridge

Remington Ammunition 360 Buckhammer Cartridge
Remington Ammunition 360 Buckhammer Cartridge

Lonoke, Arkansas – -(AmmoLand.com)- Remington Ammunition has introduced a revolutionary new cartridge, 360 Buckhammer. A Straight Up Better straight wall cartridge, 360 Buckhammer is optimized for lever-action rifles that are deadly and accurate out to 200 yards or more.

The ultimate straight-wall cartridge, 360 Buckhammer will be available to hunters nationwide with lever action and single-shot rifles available from launch partner Henry Repeating Arms. The new ammunition will be initially available in two new Core-Lokt loads, with more ammunition options to follow.

“360 Buckhammer is a game changer,” said Jason Vanderbrink, President of Remington Ammunition. “Whitetail hunters in much of the country needed a straight wall cartridge that functions flawlessly in a lever action rifle – and doesn’t compromise on accuracy or terminal performance. I’m proud to say the engineering teams at Remington and Henry have delivered.”

Remington Ammunition 360 Buckhammer Cartridge

360 Buckhammer’s key features include:

  • Ultimate straight wall cartridge
  • Accurate & deadly at 200 yards or more0417f2aa609947b38af39a3b795c2c2f.png
  • Easy to shoot with low recoil
  • 35% more energy than 350 Legend
  • Muzzle velocity: 2,215-2,400 FPS
  • .358 diameter bullets deliver deadly results on-game
  • Available in trusted Core-Lokt; 180GR or 200GR
  • MSRP = $36.99

Insider Tip: Multiple lever-action rifle models, including a single-shot version, coming soon from Henry Rifles!!

Attendees of SHOT Show 2023 will receive a first-hand look at the 360 Buckhammer at Industry Day at the Range in the Henry Repeating Arms bay (SR-52). Learn more about this exciting new product at www.remington.com/360buckhammer.


Find Remington ammunition at dealers nationwide and online. For more information on Remington ammunition and accessories, visit www.remington.com.

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Deplorable Bill

Ballistics look very much like a 35 Remington or a 348 win. or a 358 win. If you want a lever gun with some smack down and a straight wall maybe a 3855, or the 375 win for the modern folks, would not over do it. If you just have to over do it then try a 444 Marlin or a 4570. If you look up the stats on a 30 30 you will see that it betters the 360 B H @ 200 yds. and beyond as far as speed and drop go. That said, the 360 will absolutely… Read more »

betterthanaverage

The classic 38-55 Winchester is better than the 360 Buckhammer. The 360 Buckhammer is another boutique cartridge that the firearm and ammunition industries are going to push on consumers. Conversely, the 38-55 has been around for about 140 years and industry actively refuses to embrace it for modern hunting applications. Research the 38-55 for yourselves, Chuck Hawks has some good write ups on it. The 38-55 was the parent case to the 30-30 and the mild original load of a 255-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1300fps has taken many heads of game. Ammunition companies used to sell a… Read more »

PistolGrip44

PASS

shootem

The cartridge, as does the .350 Legend, addresses the requirements of mostly midwestern states that limit centerfire cartridges for deer to a particular case length and caliber. 1.8” seems to be the standard for case length. It’s not meant to save the world, stop hunger, or keep elections honest. Lever guns and single shots is where the .360 will get work while the .350 L is also adaptable to the AR platform due to it’s rimless case. However there is another difference that is not so obvious at first glance. Though each cartridge can be called a .35 they use… Read more »

DunRanull

Perhaps an answer to a non-existent problem? Wish ammo manufacturers would pump out more ammo for existing cartridges instead of new niches rounds which probably won’t go anywhere in these tight times..

Boom

I was about to rag on it, saying; “sounds exactly like a .35 Remington+P to me…” But 35rem isn’t a straight wall… Yeah, so; along those lines ….this could be a hit ….

I have often said, a much older Marlin 336c (iron sights delete), with a low powered variable scope; chambered in .35 Remington….loaded ‘hot’, pushing a 200gr Hornady FTX @ 2200fps really is ideal for Southern Whitetail…least in most southern terrains…

betterthanaverage

The classic 38-55 Winchester is better than the 360 Buckhammer. The 360 Buckhammer is another boutique cartridge that the firearm and ammunition industries are going to push on consumers. Conversely, the 38-55 has been around for about 140 years and industry actively refuses to embrace it for modern hunting applications. Research the 38-55 for yourselves, Chuck Hawks has some good write ups on it. The 38-55 was the parent case to the 30-30 and the mild original load of a 255-grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1300fps has taken many heads of game. Ammunition companies used to sell a… Read more »

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3l120

This sounds a bit like the one-up in .32 revolver cartridges. First the .32 S&W long and short, then the .32 H&R, then the .327. What will be next.

Rob

This article unnecessarily embellishes facts and figures published in the most recent Guns and Ammo magazine. Appears this vital cartridge fills a niche market for Midwest hunters restricted to straight wall ammo. Don’t look for a run on these guns and its ammo anytime soon.

Hey Remington – quit screwing around with these boutique cartidges and start cranking out more 35 Remington ammo. There’s a crap-ton of lever action rifles out there starving for ammo!

And as far as the “ultimate straight wall cartridge,” look no father than the 405 Winchester. Who comes up this crap, anyway?

HankB

Well, in 1935 they took the .38 Special and stretched it out to the .357 Magnum . . . then they stretched that out for .357 Maximum. Now with a little more stretching I guess we have the .357 Super Duper from Remington, but they’re calling it the Buckhammer and increased the bullet diameter a whole thousandth of an inch. What incredibly innovative! Hmmm . . .there was an old 360 Nitro Express round – originally for black powder – with a rimmed, straight-wall 2 1/4″ case. The “new” round is a little shorter, but certainly loaded to higher pressure.… Read more »

Zhukov

Funny that who te who already has the gun, ammo, and in his video from Jan 16th says he has already taken a deer with it.

PistolGrip44

That is because he is a Shill for Remington, as well as others.

AZ Lefty

So a take on .350 legend but for lever guns