The Underrated 35 Remington
In Episodes 29 and 30 I talked about the .45-70 government, which is a cartridge that, while very popular among certain hunters, doesn’t get much mainstream attention. Well, today’s episode is about another cartridge that fits that description: the 35 Remington.
Like the .45-70, the 35 Remington is a pretty old cartridge that’s still quite capable under certain conditions. It’s still hanging around, but I’d say that the 35 Remington is one of the most under-rated brush cartridges in North America today. Well today, we’re going to talk about why that’s the case.
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What We Covered
1) History of the .35 Remington
2) Brief overview of good .35 Remington hunting ammo and rifle choices
3) Overview of the advantages and shortcomings of the .35 Remington
4) Recommendations on hunting situations are best suited for the .35 Remington
1) The 35 Remington: An Underrated Brush Cartridge – Blog article referenced in podcast