.35 REM reloading

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loic
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.35 REM reloading

Postby loic » Sun Apr 01, 2012 3:44 pm

I haven't started reloading for my 22-250 yet and I'm about to get a Marlin 336 G series (arround 1950) at a great price. Cal is 35. REM. anybody here reloading this?

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Re: .35 REM reloading

Postby WyrTwister » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:18 pm

loic wrote:I haven't started reloading for my 22-250 yet and I'm about to get a Marlin 336 G series (arround 1950) at a great price. Cal is 35. REM. anybody here reloading this?


No , sorry , but I load for .30-30 lever guns with home cast bullets .

Performance / ballistic wise , I am thinking it would be like souped up .357 Mag ?

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.35 Rem

Postby The Old Anglo » Tue May 22, 2012 8:31 pm

I`ve loaded .35Rem many years ago when I did a lot of whitetail hunting. I used 200gr round nose,I believe they were Hornady. I took a lot of deer and this was an Excellent cartridge for thick brush country. I never had to shoot twice and my longest shot was about 80yds. If I can help further,just let me know.

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Postby loic » Wed Jun 06, 2012 11:11 pm

I have been way too busy lately to do much, I have to wait a couple more weeks then I'll be able to spend some time reloading. rem corelock are nowhere to be found at this time...


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