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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by Chuck54, Nov 7, 2012.
Where has all of the 25-35 Winchester ammo gone? Is it that popular?
Just what is it?
I just looked it up in Wiki. It is a medium-powered rifle cartridge.
I have it all. Goes with the half dozen .25-35 rifles I own. Also have the dies, a pile of brass, and hundreds of bullets. Shot my first deer with a .25-35 in a Winchester carbine in 1966.
The .25-35's look nice right next to the .219 Zipper.
What a rich gun culture we have here in the USA, despite who we elect as POTUS.
The .25-35 killed one of the largest Grizzly Bears ever found in the continental US.
For that reason alone, a Winchester 94 in .25-35 is on my "must-own" list!
The ammo seems to be unavailable at the moment; just wondered if anybody knew where it was in stock.
Some S&B which is quality ammo.
"Boutique" ammo company
This is a cartridge that would definatly be a good one to setup to reload for. The ammo companies make runs once in a blue moon.
I looked at ammotogo a few days ago and they didn't have any in stock at that time........off to go order some.
said that it took seven rounds 0f .25-35 to down the grizzly bear.
I will avoid hunting bears
Good idea. The article didn't say if the big bear charged the shooter of not.
I shoot 25-35. I would not use against a grizzly even out of something belt fed. It is a good cartridge to reload. Its ineffeciency makes it interesting, that along with the accuracy.
Heh heh heh heh,