scores the.32 Winchester Special and the.30-30 Winchester loaded with the Hornady LEVERevolution ammunition at … Naturally, any hunt stories and/or photos are welcome.
The 220 grain Speer bullet offers superior penetration for use on larger game. I have countless hrs going over stats, topo maps & Google Earth", Elk Hunting Colorado in 2013, By William (Midland, TX) "I am planning an elk hunt next year in Colorado and I wanted to know if hunting Gunnison National Forest...", Unit 60 Elk 4th Rifle Season Nov 13-17 Either Sex 2013, By Chester
Those same characteristics that made the .35 Remington such an effective choice on really large animals during the 20th Century still ring true today.
Hornady currently produces a .35 Remington load in their LEVERevolution line that features a rubber-tipped spitzer bullet which is safe to use in lever action or pump guns with tubular magazines.
I have downed many whitetails with 20o grain Remi Core-Lokt and a 4x scope; running shots, 100 yard shots – all deer, over 30, have dropped in their tracks. Elk or Venison Steaks Grilled to Perfection Here's how to turn them into steakhouse steaks! It's easy to do.
My Dad bought a .35 Marlin 336 for each of his (3) sons for our first deer gun. The 35 Remington also uses a bullet about 18% heavier and with over 35% more frontal surface area (.1007 vs .0745 square inches). Comment: "What do you guys think about the idea of hunting elk with a 270?
the 35 will kill any elk that ever lived.
I was trying to decide what to use for bear this season.
I'd say we're all on the same page......sight in with Remington 200grain Corelokts and go hunt. danny. While the .35 Remington was extremely popular when first introduced in the early 1900s, the cartridge has fallen out of mainstream use in recent years. Just got a very nice Wyoming bull using a 1973 vintage Marlin 336 in.35 Remington using the 200gr Hornady Leverevolution ammo. The .35 Remington was extremely effective in that role. It is also a popular cartridge for single-shot hunting pistols like the Thompson/Center Contender and the Remington XP-100. Recently inherited my Dad’s 1950 336 in .35. Is there anyone that has hunted in any of these units and can give me some friendly advice?
to tell you THANKS! , by Rob Marchio (Omaha, Ne)~ I'm a first time elk hunter hunting Arizona's unit 6A. Plain 200 grain core-lokt ammo by Remington gets the job done every time. Remington marketed the cartridge as a superior alternative to another extremely popular cartridge that excelled under those same circumstances: the venerable .30-30 Winchester.
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Here in Yukon, Canada I have shot 7 moose with my Rem.760 in .35 Remington. ", Travis (WI), "I just wanted to say thank you for your site, and helpful emails! A very small number of Winchester’s legendary bolt-action pre-64 Model 70 rifles were manufactured in .35 Remington as well. All were shot at close range(typically 50 yards or less).
She only went about 20 yards.
295 yard kill with a Kimber Montana 325 WSM, by Don from Dallas: My ELk did not even twitch once.
The 200 grain bullet has an advertised muzzle velocity of 2,225 feet per second and a muzzle energy of 2,198 foot pounds. I’m the oldest at 54. I have heard two somewhat contradictory stories... DIY Gear List Must Have's! I would not use this beyond 200 yards, personally, but if you do your job (bullet placement), it'll do its job!