Never hunted a 356 but have 35Rem, 350Rem, 35W and 375 Win. I will take the 35Rem over 350Rem & 375 Win. I've had 2 600series
350Rems and they were far from tack drivers. The extra power means nothing in this case. I'm not crazy about 375Win but Im stuck with it as Ohio deer gun. The 35whelen is in a different class and can't really be compared to these others. I had a 35Win for awhile but it had terrible bore and wouldn't group at all. It really wasn't much more than a 35Rem in a powerful looking case. The 38/72 was another Win cartridge for their 1895 that was a flop. The 35Rem hangs in there so they must of got something right. Seems American gun market is fickle on .33 & .35 cal cartridges. The 30cals are American favorites because there is not much in lower 48 that requires more.