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Old 01-10-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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I mentioned in the rifle discussion section that I might acquire a .35 Remington. It's in a Marlin Model 336 lever action. Any peculiar things that must be watched when reloading for it? I know flat or round nose bullets are required and the bullets should be crimped. What about neck sizing only?
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Old 01-10-2012, 11:30 PM   #2
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Its something that i need to get started doing....will be watching this thread closely.

I have 2 .35 rems, dies, primers...just need bullets and proper powder.

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I loaded 35's for many years. Nothing special about them. I always full-length resized (because I did not have a neck-only die). Not really many bullet choices. I used 200 gr. round nose about 95% of the time. Played around with 158 grain pistol bullets some(for a .357). I used 3031 powder mostly. Tried 150 gr. pointed bullets some( I only loaded 2 at a time). The 200 grain always shot the best in my guns.

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I loaded 35's for many years. Nothing special about them. I always full-length resized (because I did not have a neck-only die). Not really many bullet choices. I used 200 gr. round nose about 95% of the time. Played around with 158 grain pistol bullets some(for a .357). I used 3031 powder mostly. Tried 150 gr. pointed bullets some( I only loaded 2 at a time). The 200 grain always shot the best in my guns.

200 gr round nose sitting on how much 3031? What kind of results did you get with this recipe?
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I have 3 boxes of .358's (180, 200,220) for the .35 Rem. PM for further.

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"200 gr round nose sitting on how much 3031? What kind of results did you get with this recipe?"

Sorry it has been many years(about 25) since I had a .35 Rem. I don't remember the load data.

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"200 gr round nose sitting on how much 3031? What kind of results did you get with this recipe?"

Sorry it has been many years(about 25) since I had a .35 Rem. I don't remember the load data.
OK cool, i'll just dig it up in the manuals!
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