Hornady - Flex Tip Technology - 200 Grain 35 Remington Ammo - 20 Rounds
.35 Remington ammo was introduced in 1906 to be a competitor and arguably better round than the Winchester .30-30. Promoted for the same purposes, i.e. use in a lever action or single shot rifle for use against deer or elk, the .35 offers a larger bore and heavier bullet for better penetration and wound capacity. However, what made the caliber even more interesting was that It was also offered originally for use in Remington’s Model 8 semiautomatic rifle. The result was a lot of police departments adopting the round and the rifle for use in everything from prison guard to direct confrontation with “the syndicate” in the 1920’s and 1930’s.
Hornady’s 200 grain flex tip bullet has a muzzle velocity of 2225 feet per second and 2198 foot pounds of energy. This cartridge continues to offer the best in a sporting round for this caliber, and the poly tip bullet makes it safe for use in tube fed rifles such as the Marlin 336.
Flex tip bullets (FTX) by Hornady offer the best in aerodynamic and accurate delivery to the target coupled with reliable and dependable expansion after penetration to deliver maximum terminal ballistics for hunters. Boxer primed brass cases are reloadable which is of particular importance to shooters of this somewhat esoteric but impressive cartridge.
- Manufacturer Hornady
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 200 Grain
- Bullet Type Flex-Tip-Technology (FTX)
- Use Type Deer Hunting, Range Training
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 20
- Ammo Caliber 35 REMINGTON
- Manufacturer SKU 82735
- Primer Type Boxer
- Muzzle Velocity 2225
- Muzzle Energy 2198
- Magnetic No
- UPC Barcode 090255827354
- Cost Per Round $1.67 to $1.75 per round