.35 Remington Auto, REM-UMC H/S, JSP, One Cartridge not a Box. *Not Mint see page.
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only. Not Mint see below.
For more versions available of this caliber see below in related items
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Lower cost due to minor spots. reduced price as mint sold first.
One Cartridge, not a Box: 35 Remington by Remington-Union Metallic Company, after 1916 Remington bought Union Metallic Company and changed the Headstamp to “REM-UMC” and before Remington changed to “R-P” Head Stamp, which meant (Remington – Peters) after Remington bought Peters ammunition company. Using new brass (at the time) with “REM-UMC 35 REM” Head-Stamp and loaded with the 200 grain JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile. Some lead oxide on soft point and some spots due to age, price reduced.
Please Note: Other Single cartridges and Boxes of this caliber are available see below in related items.
History of .35 Remington cartridge:
The .35 Remington is one in a series of 4 Remington autoloading cartridges, introduced in 1906 for the Remington Model 8 Auto-Loader rifle.
The 30 Remington was Remington’s “rimless” answer to the 30-30 Winchester, with basically the same ballistics as the 30-30.
The .25, .30, and .32 are the same case with different diameter projectiles, the .35 is a wider case.