Post by frontstuffer on Oct 13, 2010 2:12:59 GMT -4
Traded my 722 .300 Savage for a literally new in the box 141 .35 Remington.A superb rifle that puts 3 200 gr Rem factory loads under an inch at 50 yards( only took her out 1 time so far). She's a most impressive rifle with superb workmanship,fit and finish. i'm looking foward to filling some tags with her...
They're cool rifles.My brother has possession of the one my grandfather bought brand new.It's still in decent but original condition considering that my brandfather,father,uncle and my older brother all hunted with it for years.Im not a .35 rem fan but have to admit to liking that old rifle.It's one of those guns that just feels good when you shoulder it.Good luck.I hope you put it to good use.
Yeah Baby, One followed me home from a gun show,a couple of years back,what a beautiful,handy, accurate,little rifle. It's also chambered in 35 Rem.. I also have a 14,in the same caliber,just love those old Remmys.
Post by frontstuffer on Dec 13, 2010 12:12:24 GMT -4
The first Sat in rifle season I made a 30 yard left handed shot from a tree stand on a plump doe. I wass using reloads, a 200 gr CoreLokt over 37 gr of IMR 3031( 2100 fps) and I have to say the damage was impressive. The round hit high on her neck and pulped an area about 2 fists in size befor exiting.BANG-flop. I LIKE the 35 Remington!!!