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The Remington Auto-Loads
The Remington Auto-Load Cartridges were a series of 4 different Remington Auto-loading
Cartridges, introduced in 1906 for the Remington Model 8 , Auto-Loader rifle.
The first cartridge in the series was the 30-30 Remington, soon renamed the .30 Remington,
to avoid confusion with the 30-30 Winchester.
The .30 Remington was Remington's "Rimless" answer to the "Rimmed" 30-30
Winchester,  with basically the same ballistics as the 30-30,
not the same case!
Cartridges were later chambered in the Remington Model 14 Pump-Action, Remington
Model 30 Bolt-Action, Remington Model 81( an Improved Model 8) and  the Steven's
Model 425 Lever-Action Rifles.  
The .25, .30, and .32 are the same case with different diameter projectiles,
the .35 Remington is a larger case.
In resent years these calibers have been very hard to find
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30-30
"Rimmed"
Winchester
30-30 or 30
"Rimless"
Remington
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.30
Remington
.35
Remington
.25
Remington
.32
Remington
Click on below Calibers to View the Different Headstamps Available.
.25
.30
.32
.35
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