However, Ive not seen any differences in the terminal effects of my 35 Whelen and .338 Win Mag, inside of the range of the Whelen. There are those who prefer the higher Sectional Density figures of the .338” caliber, and then there are those who opt for the larger frontal diameter of the .358” bullets. Being simply the .30-’06 Springfield necked up to hold .358” caliber bullets, the .35 Whelen filled a huge void in the American cartridge lineup. I have taken large and tough animals with this rifle (elk in Colorado and Idaho, and zebra in South Africa) … Todate I've used my whelen on 2 hunts and have taken 3 animals with it. While I haven't shot any moose with the 35 Whelen yet,but I have shot a cow elk with my T/C Encore 15" 35 Whelen handgun,using a handloaded Hornady 250gr. The Whelen is also an excellent cartridge for pig hunting on any continent. The 35 whelen is a fine round for hunting. Here's my question for you experienced Whelen shooters.. All were loaded to 2500 fps. My review is based on real-life (or death) as it were, use of these bullets on elk and moose. The .35 Whelen will be used with 225gr Nosler Partitions or Barnes Triple Shock. 204 Ruger. 222 Rem. by Philip Massaro - I like the Grand Slams, but I think any regular 250 grain bullet will do as well. When comparing the larger offspring of the .30-’06 Springfield—the .338-’06 A-Square and the .35 Whelen - you’ll see very similar bullet weights and muzzle velocities. I presume the bullets have held together well, because the wound channels were efficient and the animals all died forthwith -- but I haven't recovered any of the bullets. Tough gristle plates are no match for the Whelen’s stout bullets, especially when using some of the stronger, modern bullet designs. Reloader 15 is really the go to powder and makes the cartridge shine with bullet weights from 200 up to 250 grains. 5.56x45 NATO. The 200 and 225-grain AccuBond® are excellent bullet choices for this cartridge, and is suitable for any North American big game. Starting velocities ranged from 2350 to 2550 fps, depending on loads. 35 Whelen Load Data. Speers and they failed to preform anywhere near as well as the Noslers, in fact they were terrible. Compared to the 7mm rem mag at 300 yards, the 338-06 still outclasses the 7 by a couple hundred ft-lbs of energy with a bigger heavier bullet; and that's with the same amount of powder as a 270 or 280 and light weight rifle. Or better yet, find a 30-06 Ruger 1 or Winchester 1885 highwall and have it rebored to 35 whelen. I am no expert but any recent long action 30-06 bolt gun should be able to be rebarrelled to 35 whelen. If you're stuck on 250's I'd try the Nosler Partition, otherwise I'd use the 225 TSX and not look back... Heres another vote for the Barnes 225 grain TSX. What I don't like about any of the 35's is the selection of available bullets. I've shot 8 elk with the .35 Whelen, 5 elk (and one moose and one caribou) with the 250 speer GS, one elk with the speer 250 psp, one with a Hornady 250RN, One with Barnes x 225. The .35 Whelen is not the most popular of the .30-‘06s offspring, but it is a well-balanced .35 caliber cartridge; offering more velocity than the .35 Remington or .358 Winchester, yet much less recoil than the .358 Norma Magnum or .358 STA. 250 grains of bullet is a LOT of bullet and elk sure as heck are not hard to kill when hit remotely well. The .350 Remington Magnum is just about the ballistic twin of the Whelen, but comes with case capacity issues, giving a definite advantage to the Whelen case. If the range is over 250 yards with the Whelen, you may not get expansion with the TSX, inspite of what they advertise at Whelen velocities. I'm using 225gr TXSs. Friday, January 13, 2017. Take a look at the 375 whelen (Schofield) or the 338-06. Copyright © 2000-2020 24hourcampfire.com, Inc. All Rights Reserved. loads. I have had excellent results with Nosler Partions, 250gr, at 2500 fps in my Whelen, both on elk and bear and in Africa. On a running away shot, the 250-grain Whelen Core-Lokt caused that elk to crumple into a heap. To tell ya the truth, both the Hornady and Speer make great bullets at 2,600fps and a premium is not needed. It offers a wider, heavier bullet than does the parent case, in an action and rifle that is of similar proportions. The Nosler 225-grain AccuBond (left) is about as aerodynamic as they get, and it still rates only .430, as compared to the 160-grain 7mm bullet (BC: .531) shown for comparison. For a while rifle makers abandoned the cartridge. It appears that this load has been discontinued. In keeping with the .35-caliber curse, the .35 Whelen never caught the fancy of the mainstream American hunting public. The previous year I used a 270WSM. The 225 gr Sierra is a great bullet in my M700 Classic 35 Whelen for target shooting. 221 Rem Fireball. IMO the 35 Whelen and the 250 gn NP is a match made in heaven. I used a 35 Whelen to take an elk at 210 yards. The primary load of the .35 Whelen was a 250-grain bullet at around 2,500 fps, though some hunters preferred a 275-grain roundnose, notably a gun writer/guide/rancher named Elmer Keith, who in 1937 stopped a charging Alaskan brown bear with several 275-grain Western Tool & Cooper Works bullets from a .35 Whelen built on a Springfield action. ’06 right through the .35 dies and BAM! .35 Whelen: The Poor Man’s Magnum | Big Game Hunting Blog While there are a number of good factory loads available—including the Hornady Superformance, Federal Premium Trophy Bonded Bear Claw and Nosler Custom Partition—the reloader can fully take advantage of the premium and boutique bullets, even further extending the versatility of the Whelen case. The man had a huge influence on cartridge development; as the commanding officer of the Frankford Arsenal he teamed up with James Howe—later of Griffin & Howe fame—to use the .30-’06 case as the basis for cartridges of many different calibers. I've shot 8 elk with the .35 Whelen, 5 elk (and one moose and one caribou) with the 250 speer GS, one elk with the speer 250 psp, one with a Hornady 250RN, One with Barnes x 225. I am planning on taking my Whelen for a elk hunt this coming fall as well. Both loads are right at 2600 fps. I have taken 15 animals to date with the Federal 225 gr. My heavy rifle is a customized '03 Springfield in .35 Brown-Whelen. After a decade of hunting with the 35 Whelen I have gained a fair bit of real-life experience with 35 caliber hunting bullets. I have only taken one animal with a friend's 35 Whelen in a Remington 7600 with the 250 gr Corlokt bullet; a cow elk at over 400 yards. They just plain expire in their tracks. 22 Caliber.224” Diameter. Even Weatherby is building rifles for it. Going Rem 700 opens up lots of options for supporting parts. 22 Hornet. I live in Boise City & my .35 can kill deer, elk, … My fault, but I won't use that bullet on anything big again either. The bigger .35s are excellent for elk but are just too much recoil for deer when faced with close range timber hunting. 22 BR Rem. • .454 Casull• .375 H&H Magnum• .45 Colt• .22-250 Remington• 10mm Auto• .308 Winchester, E-mail your comments/questions about this site to: EmediaHunter@nrahq.org, For questions/comments about American Hunter magazine, please e-mail:Publications@nrahq.org, You can contact the NRA via phone at: NRA Member Programs1-800-672-3888, To advertise on American Hunter, visit nramediakit.com for more information. For Elk, I would use either the 225 gr … Works great. 222 Rem Mag. My Dad’s rifle is actually chambered in a wildcat round — .35 Whelen Improved — which allows it to be loaded a bit hotter than the .35 Whelen. 338-06 A-Square is one very outstanding round. The 35 Whelen is a well-behaved cartridge, and is at its best with medium burning powders like IMR4350. Privacy Policy   •   Contact Us   •   Warnings   •   FAQs   •  © 2020 National Rifle Association of America, Remington Model 700 American Hunter Rifle Project, Women On Target® Instructional Shooting Clinics, Volunteer At The Great American Outdoor Show, Marion P. Hammer Women Of Distinction Award, Women's Wildlife Management / Conservation Scholarship, National Youth Shooting Sports Ambassadors, NRA Outstanding Achievement Youth Award Presented by Brownells, National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program, Large Mountain Lion Spotted Outside Dallas, Head to Head: .308 Winchester vs. .30-06 Springfield, 2020 National Rifle Association of America. 17 Rem. 10at6 - My .35 Whelen shoots both the 225 and the 250 grain Noslers very well and they've performed great for me. Better at shorter ranges rather than cross-canyon shots, but effective just the same. 22 Nosler. I haven't looked at the TSX's yet but it sounds like another good possiblility. you got .35 Whelen. 35 Whelen by: Steve Koozer Yes Mark the 35 Whelen is just a necked up 30-06 the max COL is the same as the 06 same with the brass trim length. While there were many, including the massive .400 Whelen—it is the .35 Whelen that is most closely associated with the good Colonel. We've got you covered. These guns really perform on Elk and Moose. Such velocity and weight, not to mention diameter, put a Whelen in the league of 300-yard elk doings. I LOVE it!! Any idea which might perform better? “Only accurate rifles are interesting.” So goes the quote from Col. Townsend Whelen, and he was right. I've had great luck with the 250gr Speer hotcore. I tried 250 gr. I have tried the new Nosler Custom loads and have been pleased with the accuracy of both the 225 gr. The .35 Whelen does its best work on light to mid weight game when loaded with 200-225 grain bullets, the 225 grain weight being versatile across a wide range of game and can tackle Elk … 225 Win. Hornady Hornady Hornady, Speers are't bad either, but are a bit more difficult to get to shoot well in my experience. I’ve used the .35 Whelen for elk as well as moose, and in reasonably close cover it’s perfect for either. The 338-06 (338-06 A-Square) is now a factory round. Broadside shot through the lungs made a big hole and jellied the lungs pretty good. What follows is a review of the 3 bullets I have used the most; 225 grain Nosler Accubond, 250 grain Speer Hot-Cor, and the 225 grain Barnes TSX. btw I hunt with a 340 mag and a 35 whelen, BOTH cartridges definatly have greater penetration than the 30-06 I used to hunt ELK with. I drive a 225 grain Nosler Partition Jacket 2,800 fps. In addition, the lighter bullets—the 180 and 200 grain slugs made famous in the .35 Remington—are equally useful for the lighter game species; couple that with the fact that the pistol bullets for the .38 Special and .357 Magnum are available for practice and plinking and you can get a good idea of the Whelen’s versatility. I've always had very good luck getting Hornadys to shoot well, and my CDL Whelen will consistantly lay a magazine full into a MOA with R12/R15/H4895/IMR4895/H BLC-2. 223 WSSM. You simply DO NOT need a premium in the Whelen....EVER. Your 35 Whelen with the load you have will perform very well on elk at any reasonable distance, given proper placement. I have had bad experiences with TSX's when velocity drops under 2,200 fps. I suspect it would do the job … In my experience, the recoil of the two cartridges is just about the same, or so close as not to make a difference. if you don t need to take a cross canyon shot the 35 Whelen is a better than a magnum because it can be considerably lighter on a 20 /22 inch barrel,,, Inside 300 yards the Whelen drops Elk/Moose as well as any magnum What I really love it for, however, is tough stuff that I’m extremely unlikely to encounter, or get shots at, at longer distances. (Well, OK, there was the one finishing shot through the neck that I found because the ground under the prostrate buck's neck was. Only one kill with the Whelen on a Colorado elk. My shots on the elk are generally at close range, I hunt northslope black timber.. One of the .35 Whelen's only failings is that 0.358-inch-diameter bullets in typical weights have relatively low BCs. I prefer the Whelen myself for the nice smooth loading out of the magazine. The 200-grain bullets will move at 2,800 fps from the muzzle, and the heavy 250-grain bullets will achieve an honest 2,450 fps, with an energy figure of over 3,200 ft.-lbs., perfect for the large bears and moose, in addition to any and all of the African plains game. TBBC and consistently had great luck. A 200 can be loaded to the same velocity in the .35 Whelen as the 180 in a .30-06. 22-250 Rem. Get the American Hunter Insider newsletter for at-a-glance access to industry news, gear, gun reviews, videos and more—delivered directly to your Inbox. The case itself is rather efficient; even the light-for-caliber bullet will run on a powder charge of less than 65 grains, and that powder charge mates perfectly with a standard large rifle primer. I want my elk bullets to penetrate fully because we hunt in dense bush and have no tracking snow during our early season here is Saskatchewan. Joined: Tue Oct 03, 2006 5:18 pm Posts: 1602 Location: Houghton Lake, Michigan Have any of you used the 250 sp-rp interlock on elk or bear? You'll be more than fine for elk. All were loaded to 2500 fps. I personally think it would go through both shoulders with no problem. 22-250 Rem Ack Imp. Rifle Cartridges. I used the 140gr Accubond in the 270 and it did OK on Elk, but it just didn't have the smack down I would have liked. The .35 Whelen is fully capable of using the full range of .35 caliber bullets, including the big 250-grain slugs. If it is i would probably pick the Speer as i like its shape better. Stay within 250 yards and use the 225 grain Nosler Partition or Woodleigh would be my advice. 17 Caliber.172” Diameter. The .35 Whelen will neatly handle all of the North American ungulates, including moose and elk, and if trajectory is a concern, the 225-grain bonded-core spitzers will offer a good blend of terminal performance and flatter bullet path. 20 Nosler. The shot was behind the front shoulder. 1/14 barrel. While there is good evidence that it was Howe, and not Whelen that actually designed the “.35-‘06”, Whelen’s name was attached to it, and the rest is history. the differance in on game performance between the 35 whelen and 338-06 is extremely small, but again theres a better selection of bullets with thicker jackets and a slight advantage in ballistic cof. Also, H&R 1871 Inc. offered single-shot rifles in .35 Whelen from 1994 to 1996. She went down in a hurry. This is the .35 Whelen, with all the taper taken out of the case, and the shoulder moved forward and made much sharper. But I've read time and again that the 250 speer from the Whelen is an EXCELLENT bullet. Also, no problem with brass, ever. Posted: Thu Aug 15, 2013 6:04 am . I even like it for deer hunting in those areas that have a healthy bear population; while it’s a touch heavy for a universal deer rifle, it will most certainly work, and you’ll be well armed should you bump a bear in a most inconvenient location. Looking for previous installments of Behind the Bullet? 223 Rem. I can highly recommend two loads for the 35 Whelen, the 200 gr Hornady Superformance for Deer and Hog and the 250 gr Nosler Partition for African PG. Here in Washington state we have the largest elk species the Roosevelt and I have shot many with each of these rifles. I have had great success with the 225 gr Nosler PT. 220 Swift. 20 Caliber.204” Diameter. It would perform better than the .30-’06 on the truly large game of North America, making it a perfectly logical choice for the wilds of Alaska and Western Canada. The 35 Whelen has held on because it is a good cartridge, pushes a bigger bullet than the 30-06, bigger is always better on game, and works fine out to 300 yards, which is far enough for most shooter's abilities. For the serious black bear hunter, I feel the Whelen would make a perfect choice, if you’re setting up a rifle for that purpose, and I’d bet you’d be reaching for that rifle more often than you think. All exited, except one of the GS (lengthwise through a cow as it she towards me at 150 yds, found under the hide of the ham) and the 225 X, which broke both shoulders and a rib on a bull broadside at 80 yd, found under the hide of the far shoulder. and 250 gr. Took a large bodied bull moose last fall at 251yds with the 250gr Speer @ 2550fps from my 35 Whelen... and it punched right on through. Post subject: Re: 35 Whelen Elk Loads. This rifle flattens elk! I think the 200 grain bullets are a poor choice for elk in our type of hunting, similar to what I read about stalking in the 'black timber' of the American rockies. In a pinch, .30-’06 Springfield brass can be converted into Whelen cartridges without much trouble at all. 17 Rem Fireball. Thanks, Mike. Is the Hornady a Spire Point? There are a number of good reasons to own a Whelen. I've never had a Whelen, so I haven't used either. Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.3. I have both .35 Whelen (Rem Woodsmaster Auto and Rem 700 CDL) and .350 Remington Mag's (Rem Classic 700 and Rem Model 660 circa 1967). I'm thinking that most shots will be less than 150 yards and in most cases way under that so both guns will be adequate as far as range goes. round nose at 2100fps. The .35 Whelen will neatly handle all of the North American ungulates, including moose and elk, and if trajectory is a concern, the 225-grain bonded-core spitzers will offer a good blend of terminal performance and flatter bullet path. 35 Whelen I used the 35 Whelen last year for Elk and Bear in Idaho. My 35 Whelen shoots both the 250 Speer and 250 Hornady into less than 2" @ 200. I made it a point to use the whelen and 225 tsx on deer this year to see if expansion would be an issue. Am I thinking on the right track or could I expect to need to take longer shots? Compared to the 35 Whelen, the 338-06 has better long range capability. Elk died but the performance of the 225 grain tsx bullet was a little disappointing. Even Remington had given up and was no longer offering rifles in .35 Whelen. In the 1920s, the magnum-length receivers—required to house the .375 H&H case—were very expensive to import, and if a hunter wanted to approach that level of performance, the .35 Whelen made all kinds of sense. 22 PPC-USA. The only elk I'ver ever lost was shot poorly with a Nosler 225 BT. In countries where the Whelen meets the legal requirements, it makes a good choice for lion and leopard, and is a fantastic cartridge for black bears anywhere you find them. While it was conceived in 1922, it would remain a wildcat until Remington—who seems to have a knack for legitimizing some of the best wildcats—gave it a certificate of legitimacy in 1988, in their Model 700 Classic rifle. I like the .35 Rem in those situations in a nice light rifle. I've killed elk, caribou and mule deer with 250 Speer Grand Slam and Hornady 250 RN Interlock bullets without the hint of a problem. Ruger 1 or Winchester 1885 highwall and have been pleased with the accuracy of both 225... 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