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35 Remington Express (35 Rem. Auto)
The .35 Remington is one in a series of 4 Remington autoloading cartridges, introduced in 1906 for the Remington Model 8
Auto-Loader rifle.
The 30 Remington was Remington's "rimless" answer to the 30-30 Winchester, with basically the same ballistics as the 30-30.
The .25, .30, and .32 are the same case with different diameter projectiles, the .35 is a wider case.
Today, the .35 Remington is still in production by the major manufacturers. Below are current and obsolete  head stamps
of the 35 Remington.
$ 3.95 per Cartridge
Limit 3 Cartridges per Collector
More versions below.
35 Rem. Express by Remington, Modern "R-P"
Head Stamp, 150 grain J.S.P. Projectiles
35 Rem. Express by Hornady (Special Run)
with 200 grain "FTX" Projectiles,
basically a "Plastic Tipped Jacketed Hollow Point"
35 Rem. Express by Union Metallic Co.
Obsolete "UMC" H/S, "U"on Primer
$ 4.95 per Cartridge, (150 grain nickel coated
projectile, limit 1 cartridge per customer
35 Rem. Express by Federal Cartridge
Company, 200 grain JSP projectile.
$ 3.95 per Cartridge
Limit 3 Cartridges per Customer
Current & Obsolete Rifle Section
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