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My neighbor showed up and gave me a Marlin 336 in 35 Rem as a gift for doing some excavation work I did pro bono. Can anyone tell me their experiences with the caliber, and any reloading advice? I may never use it, but I may want to build a load in case I do. Thank you in advance.
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You lucky dog, I've always wanted one!
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I have one it shoots the factory Hornady Leverevolution extremely well
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I have one in a 35 Remington . light weight ,compact , shoots well. I shoot factory loads in mine . it was my grandfathers. you can not go wrong with it. good luck with it
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You lucky dog, I've always wanted one!
I know! I did the work three weeks ago. It was harder riding the excavator to his house then the dig.. lol. But I refused to take his money, cause I think neighbors should look out for one another. He showed up and said , "Here, This is for you." . he got a hug bear hug for this act of kindness!
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one good deed and you receive another one in return. should be more of it in the world, maybe it would not be in the shape it is in
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Have two 35's.A Marlin 336 and a Remington 141 that I just got.Grab brass and lead where you can.I personally don't care for Hornady brass but to each his own.

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Here are the guys with the 35's.

https://www.marlinowners.com/forum/forum.php
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I have (2) 35's. They are great rifles. One is a Marlin 336 and they other is an old Remington Model 14.

I see said the Blind Carpenter to his Deaf Helper as he picked up his Hammer and Saw!
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bushmaster, how can you tell the difference between the Rem, model 14 and 141 without it saying it on the barrel and the of the gun. I have my grand fathers 35 Rem and can not figure out which is which, thanks for any help
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Model 141 has longer stock and barrel. I'm thinking 24" opposed to 22" barrel on model 14. Differences are mostly cosmetic. Both great rifles.

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