Remington

Introduced by Remington in 1906 for the Model 8 semi-automatic rifle, the .35 Remington is still going strong today in Marlin's Model 336 lever action rifle.

The .35 Remington has proven itself over the years to be a reliable, short-range cartridge for deer and black bear with the 200 grain bullet. Rifles chambered for the .35 Remington have moderate recoil and generally exhibit good accuracy. The rifling twist of the .35 Remington also lends itself to good cast bullet accuracy.

The SAAMI Maximum Average Pressure for the .35 Remington is 33,500 P.S.I.

.S5 REMINGTON

Gun

DOUGLAS

Max Length

1.920"

Barrel Length

24"

Trim Length

1.900"

Primer

CCI 200

OAL Max

2.525"

Case

REM

OAL Min

2.460"

START LOADS

MAXIMUM LOADS

Cartridge

Bullet

Powder

Grains

Vel.

Powder

Grains

Vel.

P.S.I.

Length Comment

200 (L) FNGC

5744

20.7

1546

5744

23.0

1757

27,600

2.410" RCBS 35-200FN

2015

29.3

1705

2015

32.5

1938

30,800

2230

29.3

1680

2230

32.5

1909

29,700

2460

30.6

1726

2460

34.0

1961

30,300

2495

36.0

1769

2495

40.0

2010

24,000

Compressed

2520

34.2

1834

2520

38.0

2084

30,900

SPR 180 FN

5744

22.5

1664

5774

25.0

1891

32,700

2.465"

2015

32.4

1847

2015

36.0

2099

27,800

2230

32.9

1814

2230

36.5

2061

28,900

2460

33.3

1838

2460

37.0

2089

28,300

2495

36.9

1866

2495

41.0

2121

30,000

Compressed

2520

35.1

1867

2520

39.0

2122

27,100

SRA 200 RN

5744

21.6

1563

5744

24.0

1777

29,800

2.470"

2015

31.5

1806

2015

35.0

2052

31,000

2230

31.5

1744

2230

35.0

1982

30,900

2460

33.3

1785

2460

37.0

2028

27,200

2495

36.0

1784

2495

40.0

2027

25,500

Compressed

2520

35.1

1822

2520

39.0

2071

27,800

356 WINCHESTER

This rimmed cartridge was introduced in 1980 concurrently with the Winchester Model 94 XTR Angle Eject lever action carbine.

Although still available as a chambering from U.S. Repeating Arms, this attempt to resurrect the .358 Winchester in rimmed form has not proven to be popular.

The SAAMI Maximum Average Pressure for the .356 Winchester is 52,000 C.U.P.

.356 WINCHESTER

Gun

DOUGLAS

Max Length

2.015"

Barrel Length

24"

Trim Length

1.995"

Primer

WLR

OAL Max

2.560"

Case

WW

OAL Min

2.530"

START LOADS

MAXIMUM LOADS

Cartridge

Bullet

Powder

Grains

Vel.

Powder

Grains

Vel.

C.U.P.

Length

Comment

SPR 180 FN

2015

40.5

2379

2015

45.0

2703

46,300

2.545"

2230

40.5

2207

2230

45.0

2508

45,500

2460

41.4

2244

2460

46.0

2550

44,400

2495

43.2

2177

2495

48.0

2474

37,600

Compressed

2520

44.1

2267

2520

49.0

2576

41,800

Compressed

2700

46.6

2161

2700

49.0

2299

40,600

Compressed

SPR 220 FN

2015

35.1

2037

2015

39.0

2315

44,200

2.555"

2230

36.0

1961

2230

40.0

2228

46,600

2460

36.9

1992

2460

41.0

2264

45,300

2495

40.5

2015

2495

45.0

2290

39,100

Compressed

2520

41.9

2116

2520

46.5

2404

45,400

Compressed

2700

45.6

2029

2700

48.0

2158

44,800

Compressed

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