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Old 02-02-2015, 04:48 AM
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reloading would be a good option. If primers, round nose 35 Rem bullets, and 35 Rem casings were easily available.

Last I saw, there wasn't a shortage of arrows. Of course, they're making fewer aluminum arrows these days.
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Old 02-02-2015, 09:07 AM
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How many rounds of .35 Rem are you going to shoot in a year ?!?!
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Old 02-17-2015, 03:29 PM
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I haven't seen a box of 35 rem. This past hunting season
So I don't be leave it's just a seasonal run thing.
The last box I got & seen last yr was early last yr.
Reloading stuff I can get.
You can get ammo for guns they haven't made in a 100 yrs.
Like the 30/40 krag. But guns they still make , no ammo.

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Old 02-23-2015, 02:48 PM
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Originally Posted by GOOD OLE BOY
Goin back to reloadin ain,t gonna help you Hatchie if you can,t get the components.
Uhhhh what? The components are MUCH easier to find at all times than the factory rounds nowadays. 200gr .358 caliber bullets are always in stock at pretty much every reloader supply house. Rem makes a run of the core lokt .30 and .358 cal bullets once a month. They just don't do full cartridge assembly of some of these "older" rounds as often as they used to due to other "higher" sales of the latest popular .223 (or 5.56) sucking the supply lines like a Hoover.

Having been a loader for the past 35 years or so I can attest to this fact. Besides, reloading is always better since you can tune your rounds to perfection for YOUR particular firearm not to mention that reloading is considerably more cost effective if you shoot often.
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Old 02-23-2015, 03:08 PM
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Okay, Having done a quick search and a call to my supplier I have found that Brass is hard to come by for the .35 rem. The .35 whelen brass are plentiful but thats no help. But the .358diam bullets are just as easily found. So if you have the brass you can get the bullets. And I have absolutely NO difficulty finding primers for that particular case.
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Old 02-24-2015, 03:19 AM
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The brass I have been picking up at the gun shows. Once fired.
And a few at a GS. Here and there.
You have to grab it when you find it. Don't go looking for it
The week before opening day.
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