", 338 Marlin Express, "Light, fast shooting, hard hitting, manageable recoil, and for a lever gun - very accurate. The factory ballistics for the .35 Rem. They will extract as much power and flat trajectory out the 35 Remington as possible. Those that have this caliber in their gun cabinet enjoy and cherish this caliber. The.35 Remington initially found favor among hunters seeking a good “brush bullet” and many deer, bear, elk, and even moose have fallen to the.35 Remington over the years. Why not? The 220 grain Speer bullet offers superior penetration for use on larger game. C2N14... because life is not energetic enough. sharing such a wealth of knowledge, and giving us new hunters a fighting chance Remington helped promote the advantage in power that the .35 Remington had over the .30-30 through a series of advertising campaigns in the early 1900s. It's easy to do. Plain 200 grain core-lokt ammo by Remington gets the job done every time. I’m the oldest at 54. Those same characteristics that made the .35 Remington such an effective choice on really large animals during the 20th Century still ring true today. by leeloader » Sun May 10, 2009 9:25 am, Post Thanks for your comment! It's easy to do. by Tycer » Sat May 09, 2009 6:57 am, Post I get annoyed with ‘hunters’ taking 350+ yard shots on game animals. rifle. Mitchell, Moscow Idaho. It never has been and never will be a good long range cartridge, but if anything, modern loadings using high quality bullets have further improved the performance of the .35 Remington on big game at short to moderate range. in creating such an amazing and helpful website. Being left handed its nice to have weapons I don’t have to do anything special to be able to use them effectively. The cartridge uses a medium to heavy bullet and has moderate recoil based on a moderate pressure level of 33,500 CUP as set by SAAMI. It’s not the same but I love the 35 Remington, I’ve inherite a .35 bolt action rifle that’s been passed down the line of father & sons & now been researching its history but no luck causes most are talking about the lever action ones & not the bolt action ones this one only has 5 seril # instead of 6 or more now a days, I’m encouraged about all I’ve read regarding the .35 REM cartridge – however – can anyone address the effectiveness of this round from a 14.5″ barrel from an XP 100 hand cannon by Reminton? Since I obtained it, it has become my favorite as well. As a new hunter, this provides "...Any general advice about the unit would be appreciated! Realistically, the maximum effective range for the .35 Remington for most shooters is 200 yards. Jordan, MT: "Your website is a great help! 30 years ago I used my grandfathers 35 Remington pump action to take my first deer. Before we get started, I have an administrative note: Some of the links below are affiliate links. Elk Hunting Pocatello by Cameron (Pocatello) Where is the best place to elk hunt around Pocatello, Idaho? Good reading about the 35 Remington. What can you tell me about the area? This helps support the blog and allows me to continue to create free content that’s useful to hunters like yourself. by Craig (Florida) "Here are some of the items I use on my DIY hunts in the CO backcountry...". I have shot many deer over the years with my Marlin .35. Recently, I feel the Core-Lokt has slipped in quality and I switched to Hornady ( I didn’t want to as I’ve always had such luck with Core-Lokt ). Solo archery hunting -- tips for calling/set up? lbs. I’ve owned a Marlin 336 in the 35 caliber for 40 years and have downed every large game shot at. I have found Rem 200s to be accurate in my Marlin. I read and profit more than I can tell you. America’s “Other Levergun” by Glen E. Fryxell, The Great Model 8 & 81 by Richard Jones, Bullet Frontal Area List, by Chuck Hawks, and the Lyman 50th Edition (p309-310) and Hornady 10th Edition (p682-683) reloading manuals were used as references for this article. I kept it at 100 yard max! I have downed many whitetails with 20o grain Remi Core-Lokt and a 4x scope; running shots, 100 yard shots – all deer, over 30, have dropped in their tracks. First time elk hunter hunting Arizona unit 6A, Unit 60 Elk 4th Rifle Season Nov 13-17 Either Sex 2013. Copyright © 2020 Big Game Hunting Adventures LLC | All Rights Reserved. Happy hunting with this classy caliber. Rage Broadheads by Chris, ...my buddy gave me a rage practice tip and when I shot it you could not pick out the broadhead from the field points. So I am now using a Marlin 336 35 Rem with 200 grain. These advertisements typically featured hunters fearlessly facing down wolves and grizzly bears with their trusty Remington Auto-Loading Rifle chambered in the potent .35 Remington cartridge.Other Remington posters publicized the ability of the cartridge to penetrate a 5/16″ of steel plate, a feat the .30-30 Winchester could not match. Center your crosshairs as illustrated by the red dot and you'll make a clean kill out to approx 175 yards or so. This cartridge hits with more thunder than paper charts would suggest. I got a cow elk up here in Idaho a couple of years ago. Note: A full length article about the .35 Remington can be found on the Rifle Cartridge Page. I have one (7600, actually) in .308 and really enjoy shooting it. However, the most popular rifle chambered in .35 Remington is the Marlin Model 336 lever-action rifle. At this time, Henry and Marlin are the only two companies I’m aware of that produce new rifles in the cartridge. Hornady currently produces a .35 Remington load in their LEVERevolution line that features a rubber-tipped spitzer bullet which is safe to use in lever action or pump guns with tubular magazines. ", 7mm Remington Magnum, by Dean marlin model 336 SC in 1996. (Left to right) .308 Winchester, .35 Remington Soft Point, and .223 Remington, ".35 Remington Accurate Online Reloading Data", The .35 Remington: America's Other Levergun, "The .35 Remington: An Underrated Brush Cartridge", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=.35_Remington&oldid=986639617, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, 200 gr (13 g) FTX (Hornady Flex Tip Expanding), This page was last edited on 2 November 2020, at 02:54. When you’re getting within 50 yards of moose you’re doing some real hunting. by AJMD429 » Fri Jul 17, 2009 8:40 pm, Post (Bealeton, Va). by Bogie35 » Fri Jul 17, 2009 12:58 pm, Post Thanks again! He would be using horandy's new rubber tipped 200 gr bullet if we took it. Having to start over and try western Montana. Mag. (Garrison, MT)~ What do you ballistics guys think about the use of non-lead bullets for elk? The stock on my 35 Remington is something to behold. ...got to put the smack down on my first elk, a beautiful, Your website is a great help! My Dad bought a .35 Marlin 336 for each of his (3) sons for our first deer gun. Will this work to shoot an elk ? 295 yard kill with a Kimber Montana 325 WSM, by Don from Dallas: My ELk did not even twitch once. by madman4570 » Fri May 08, 2009 7:29 pm, Post If you’d like to read a more detailed discussion on a couple of other .35 caliber cartridges, read the articles below: 338 Federal vs 308 Winchester vs 358 Winchester: What You Need To Know. an excellent guide to approaching elk hunting. The Remington 200 gr load and the Marlin 336-35 are a perfect match. Hornady currently produces a .35 Remington load in their LEVERevolution line that features a rubber-tipped spitzer bullet which is safe to use in lever action or pump guns with tubular magazines. According to the Speer Reloading Manual Number 13 the 180 grain flatpoint bullet (BC .245, SD .201) can be driven to a muzzle velocity of 1967 fps by 40.0 grains of RL-12 powder, and 2224 fps by a maximum load of 44.0 grains of RL-12. The original .35 Remington load generated over 1,900 foot pounds of energy and quickly became a favorite among American hunters. – Jeff Freeman, USCG (RET). The .35 Rem is very under rated! I took him with that .35 Remington at 147 yards! Oct 27, 2018 This article has helped me decide to use old faithful over the 40 guns I own! I And rarely does a Marlin not shoot that load accurately. This gun is the hardest hitting I have used. If we’re being honest with ourselves, the majority of American hunters, especially in the south and northeast, will take only a handful of shots at big game at ranges past 100 yards in their lifetime.