.35 Winchester, older W.R.A “W” on Primer & Bullet, not mint
.35 Winchester, older W.R.A “W” on Primer & Bullet, One Cartridge. Please Click on Picture or Title for More details.
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Please Note: sold as a collectible, may not fire, not mint, no returnsOne Cartridge: . 35 Winchester, older factory production by Winchester using the older Winchester cases with a “W.R.A. Co. 35 W.C.F.” Head-Stamp with “W” on Primer and “W” on the projectile. JSPN (Jacketed Soft Point , Nickel Plated ) projectile. Minor spots and Split neck case. History of .35 Winchester cartridge: 35 Winchester, a.k.a. 35 WCF, 35 CF (please note, this is not the 35 W.S.L. )The .35 Winchester cartridge was introduced in 1903 for the Model 1895 Winchester lever-action rifle, and was later chambered in the Remington-Lee bolt-action rifle.The .35 Winchester was more powerful then the .33 winchester, but because it was less powerful then the 348 and 358 Winchester it was discontinued in 1936.This cartridge has been obsolete since the early 1940’s (accept for a special run in 2017), and for some reason, split necks on the case are very common in the older ammunition.