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32-35 Stevens & Maynard
Obsolete
Rifle Cartridges
U.S.A. and
some other
counties
U.S.A. and
some other
counties
The 32-35 Stevens and Maynard was introduced in the mid 1880's as a match cartridge,
by the J. Stevens  Arms & Tool Company.
The cartridges was used in the New Model Range Rifle numbers 9 & 10.
It received  its name for having a  .32" diameter (153 grain) bullet, and  was loaded
with 35 grains of black powder, so it was called  the 32-35 Stevens.
It became obsolete, due to the 32-40.
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Pictured,
UMC:
Union Metallic Company,
before they were bought
out by Remington.
"U.M.C."
"S .32-35. H "
Head Stamp
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$9.75 per
Cartridge
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