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    Quote Originally Posted by TRX View Post
    Also note the .35 carries more energy downrange than the .45-70! Well, at least in its original military loading...
    Apples and oranges. The original black powder load is easily beaten but the high-performance loads with 350gr - 500gr bullets puts it up near the 458 Winchester Magnum (according to Hornady).
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    Quote Originally Posted by TRX View Post
    My first reaction to the .35 was "WTF?" A nearly-extinct levergun cartridge, alive only because of the cowboy shooting fad, best as I can figure. Why dig something like that out of its grave?
    what? the .35 is still very popular for deer hunting, I use one and it kills em dead. the 200 gr load is the most popular factory load, and is not meant for contenders. IIRC the 35 was designed for the remington model 8 semi-aut, not a lever action. ironically, I suppose we all know what the model 8 safety looks like....

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    I just cant let this one go

    after sone thought on this one a 35 rem would be better for me in the long run than a .45 bush/socom from the reloading, build side of it (reamer, mod's, etc)
    1) boldt face to case fit. it fits, with out a spring gage cant tell the diff. in sliding one in (pic#1) x39 to 35 rem.
    2) mag issues, will not work in a x39 mag but a .308 mag will/should work. if you look at the 35rem case mouth (pic #2 longer brass) just short of a .308 case. bonus time no 922 with 10rnd mag's . now the down side , the M14 mags that I have do not have a front lug nor a standard back lug but this can be worked out.
    3) a .35 rem reamer can be rented (.45 bush/socom not so good) and there are barrels (blank and used) out there.
    4) .35 rem brass is still out there or in a pinch .308 can be reformed to work (pic#3) more work but I have a frend that pops off a .35 rem with in a blue moon. he does not relode (cost to him) there could be a trade used brass for reloaded ones.
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    can poost photos wont uplode ? does not give a reason will try later.

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    I made a 90-mile trip yesterday to buy some .303 brass. I guess I should have called first... they were still cleaned out from last time I was there.

    I thought of this thread while looking at .35 Remington brass. They had buckets of it, both new and once-fired.

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    trx,
    I hate the fact that you need to go back and get my brass, lol. I need the W's (who, ware, etc) so I can start hording it. muttman

    still trying to figger out what is wrong with my photos that wont post.

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