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#5950995 - 09/28/15 04:06 PM .35 Remington
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Why is no ammo available?


Edited by skeeter22 (09/28/15 04:16 PM)

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#5951541 - 09/28/15 08:39 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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You may have to mailorder http://ammoseek.com/ammo/35-remington
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#5951575 - 09/28/15 08:56 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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Midway shows to have Hornady Leverevolution in stock. On sale too for $24.99 which is cheaper than Remington.
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#5951762 - 09/28/15 10:32 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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Saw 4 boxes today at academy.....

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#5951929 - 09/29/15 07:13 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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#5953202 - 09/29/15 06:19 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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from rem and horn they told me they make 1 run of 35rem a year reson once you see it buy it couse once its one its one til they make a run again

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#5958621 - 10/03/15 05:00 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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Originally Posted By: skeeter22
Why is no ammo available?


Probably because no one is chambering new rifles in that cartridge anymore - that I know of.
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#5969847 - 10/09/15 05:54 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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It probably also depends on what the demand is as far as a business stocking the "seasonal" production that is available.

I own both a Marlin 336D and Rem 600 chambered in 35 Rem and I haven't seen it on the shelf within 50 miles of me in 6 to 8 years. Within that same radius, I've never run across another 35 Rem shooter. Right now, I'm sitting in Burnsville, MN, visiting family, and was just at Mills Fleet Farm which is a Bass Pro Shop and Lowe's all rolled into one store and there is plenty of the Rem 200-grain stuff. It is marked down $2 a box to about $26 with a limit of 10 boxes per customer. I looked to see if they had online ammo sales but unfortunately they don't. To make my point, this is still a very popular cartridge here.

My needs are filled by casting and reloading & I have squirreled away adequate components. I would be happy to bring it south but don't want to get stuck with it as I just don't need it despite owning two 35 Rems. I will be here for about 5 more days, let me know if I can help and we will figure it out.
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#5970060 - 10/09/15 08:53 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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Love me the .35, on paper it doesn't look too good but in the deep woods it a real killer.

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#5970132 - 10/09/15 10:04 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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Lack of demand and it takes up shelf space.
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#5970133 - 10/09/15 10:04 PM Re: .35 Remington [Re: wtjim]
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Originally Posted By: wtjim
... on paper it doesn't look too good but in the deep woods it a real killer.


Funny how that works.
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#5970279 - 10/10/15 05:53 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: booradley]
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Originally Posted By: booradley
Originally Posted By: skeeter22
Why is no ammo available?


Probably because no one is chambering new rifles in that cartridge anymore - that I know of.


Marlin still does. With the new Hornady bullets the 35 Remington is good for 200 yards, about as far as I would shoot a lever gun at anything in any case.

It's definitely a better killer than the 30-30. If I were in the market for a new Marlin 336, I'd go for 35 Remington.
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#5970309 - 10/10/15 07:27 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: skeeter22]
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35 Remington also makes a very good choice in the TC Contender and Encore pistols.
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#5970312 - 10/10/15 07:32 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: Ranch Dog]
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Originally Posted By: Ranch Dog
It probably also depends on what the demand is as far as a business stocking the "seasonal" production that is available.

I own both a Marlin 336D and Rem 600 chambered in 35 Rem and I haven't seen it on the shelf within 50 miles of me in 6 to 8 years. Within that same radius, I've never run across another 35 Rem shooter. Right now, I'm sitting in Burnsville, MN, visiting family, and was just at Mills Fleet Farm which is a Bass Pro Shop and Lowe's all rolled into one store and there is plenty of the Rem 200-grain stuff. It is marked down $2 a box to about $26 with a limit of 10 boxes per customer. I looked to see if they had online ammo sales but unfortunately they don't. To make my point, this is still a very popular cartridge here.

My needs are filled by casting and reloading & I have squirreled away adequate components. I would be happy to bring it south but don't want to get stuck with it as I just don't need it despite owning two 35 Rems. I will be here for about 5 more days, let me know if I can help and we will figure it out.



I had a 600 in a 35 rem for some time...that is a rare bird...great accurate little gun and great round, I have a carbine barrel for my contender...have not taken it out in awhile....guess I will have to...

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#5970565 - 10/10/15 10:45 AM Re: .35 Remington [Re: 505ed]
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Originally Posted By: 505ed

I had a 600 in a 35 rem for some time...that is a rare bird...great accurate little gun and great round, I have a carbine barrel for my contender...have not taken it out in awhile....guess I will have to...


Do you fine threads like this make you want to pull out a gun that has been sitting in the safe for a while and put it back into use? I know it has happened to me on more than a few occasions.
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