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#3683779 - 06/04/14 07:23 PM .35 Remington Brass or Ammo?
.444 Marlin
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Does anyone know of any store in the south east tn area or online store that has the ammo in stock? Ive got a CVA scout in .35 remington in layaway and about to pay it off but I cant find ammo in .35 anywhere. Cabelas is out, bass pro is ridiculous in price plus shipping or back ordered, and 2 or 3 other sites are out. And none of the local stores have any in stock.
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#3683924 - 06/04/14 09:19 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: .444 Marlin]
knightrider
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I will check my locals tomorrow and get back to ya
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#3684181 - 06/05/14 09:00 AM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: knightrider]
KPH
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I bought loaded ammo but I don't even see any of that on line now.
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#3684216 - 06/05/14 09:57 AM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: KPH]
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I bought a Marlin in .35 last summer and it took me a long time to find ammo. I finally found some at Sportsmans Warehouse in Chattanooga.
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#3684469 - 06/05/14 04:20 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: knightrider]
knightrider
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 Originally Posted By: knightrider
I will check my locals tomorrow and get back to ya
sorry none here either \:\(
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#3684507 - 06/05/14 05:00 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: knightrider]
260rem
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you might try carters shooting supply on hwy 58 in Harrison tn. I pick up some 7-30 Waters there yesterday and they are hard to find. I just thought of another place jj mills he only opens on Saturday in Pikeville, tn. phone#423-881-3343 that's his home# he has a lot of ammo.

Edited by 260rem (06/05/14 06:13 PM)

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#3690800 - 06/13/14 04:59 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: 260rem]
bielaski
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I've got 14 once fired brass you can have. I don't even own a gun that shoots 35Rem, the fellow next to me at the shooting range was going to throw them away. Diehard Hunter starts making trips from Knoxville to Cleveland on July 7th if you can wait.
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#3691901 - 06/15/14 09:14 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: bielaski]
robinhedd
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I bought a box of 200 gr Hornady Lever revolution at Gander Mtn in Florence AL today for $29.99 + tax, only had one box. They had 2 boxes Rem Core Lokt 200 gr. for $34.99+ tax. RH
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#3694402 - 06/19/14 03:03 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: robinhedd]
Hunter 257W
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Gunbroker.com has a couple of boxes up for sale right now.

This one is for 40 rounds of reloads. From the pictures it is old brass. It's been many years since unprimed cases came in a box like that and they seem to have been loaded 3 times from the markings on the box. The load though - if it is what they are actually loaded with - 36.0 grains WW 748 and a 200 grain bullet is on the low end of what Hodgdon recommends and should be safe in any rifle.
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=423508081



Here is a really old box of factory ammo that is more of a collectors item but should still do the job in the woods if you can't find any others.
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=423294146


Edited by Hunter 257W (06/19/14 03:20 PM)

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#3695595 - 06/21/14 07:30 PM Re: .35 Remington Brass or Ammo? [Re: Hunter 257W]
260rem
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444Marlin did you find any 35rem ammo?
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