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I've been looking around using the search but have been unable to find anything.

Does anyone have any pet loads, tips, advice, etc... on reloading for a 35 Remington?

Lever or pump, it doesn't matter. I'll take tips and advice for both.

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I was dinking around with the .35 Remington in a Marlin 336 a couple of years ago. I found that 40-42 grains of IMR 4064, IMR 4320 or IMR 4895 worked well with a 180 grain Flat Point, while the 220 grain FPs shot best with about 37.0 grains of either 4064 or 4895. Never got around to using it on game. Drop down a couple of grains and work your way up.

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Thank you Mudhen, I appreciate the information. I will most certainly heed your warning and start out low.

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Oh wow 10Gauge, thank you very much! That's invaluable!

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From my 336

40.5grs H4895 and the Rem or Hornady 200 RN


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Thanks Bearcat, I appreciate it. All of the info gives me options and a good place to begin.

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My old sears liked H4895 and 200 RN, I think were Hornady.


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My main load for a Marlin 336-A 24 inch is....41.0 of Hodgdon LVR with the Hornady 200 gr FTX. I also load the Sierra 200 gr round nose bullet since the Remington 35 200 gr core-lokt is totally un-available.

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Doc, Tom, thank you. I'm really looking forward to getting started.

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" Marlinowners " is probably the best source of info. The link 10gauge gave you is invaluable. The writer of that thread has a TON of research data on the 35.

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Originally Posted by TomM1
My old sears liked H4895 and 200 RN, I think were Hornady.


That's what I use in my Rem 141 and my Marlin 336.


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Duck, that link certainly is invaluable.

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I have had good success with the 180 grain Speer FP over 40.5 grains of H4895 in a couple of Marlin 336s and a Remington 760. In the Remington 141 I cut back to 39.0 grains of H4895.

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Thanks 260, I appreciate it. I want to try to use a common powder that I already have and H4895 is one of those.

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Since you have a can of H-4895 try 38.0 or 38.5 of H-4895 using the Sierra .35 200 gr soft point. If that load doesn't shoot then go to imr-3031 or Hodgdon "LVR"

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Thanks Doc, I appreciate it. I'll certainly give that a try.

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I have a 35 Rem in a Contender. H322 for 180's, H4895 is your friend for 200 - 220.


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My old Marlin 336 loves 220gr Speers and IMR3031

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