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35 Remington Brass
The 35 Remington first came on to the scene back in 1906. It was used in Remington’s model 8 semiautomatic rifle. Today, this caliber is used in the Marlin 336 rifle. The 35 Remington or commonly known as the 35 Rem is a popular brush gun for hunters in the Northeast. This caliber is the softest hitting calibers in the 35 caliber family by recoil. Our 35 Remington once fired brass is mixed commercial headstamp. This brass comes from an indoor ranges. Our 35 Remington rifle brass spends little time on the ground? and cleans up with little effort. Because our brass is of this high quality, quantities are always limited. If?the brass is out of stock, please add yourself to the wait list. Many times we have the brass in stock but have not updated our inventories. The waiting list sends at an email alerting those of the stock and quantities available. This is difficult?caliber is difficult to find in bulk.
All of our premium brass?is hand sorted. After the sorting process, we inspect each case for damaged necks and case bodies. These extra steps provide you with more reloadable brass and less culls. The 35 Rem brass is bagged in set quantities and?shipped in a reinforced USPS Flat Rate Boxes. Remember to maximize your shipping fees by filling the box with some of our products. If you are interested in a bulk bullet for this caliber and we do not have it in stock, please contact us. We can source many different types of bullets.
Unprocessed / Dirty
Mixed Commercial Headstamp
100% Brass (No Steel / Aluminum)
Sourced From Indoor & Outdoor Ranges
>>> THIS IS NOT LOADED AMMUNITION <<<
Once Fired – Commercial