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.35 remington
Last Post 21 Feb 2009 10:23 AM by Kmehaffey. 5 Replies.
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amp156
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01 Sep 2008 02:35 AM  
would you suggest a .35 remington for a 13 year old?
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01 Sep 2008 05:41 PM  
only if he has a strong sholder. maby a 30 30 or a 243. i have a 35 marlin. wen my son was 13 he did not like the recoil of the 35 and would shoot the 30 30. but did like the 243.
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03 Sep 2008 08:03 PM  
I agree with flatswamp. I shoot a 35rem myself(marlin 336), although its not a "mule" its got a bit of a punch. Great deer gun though, puts em down quick!
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03 Sep 2008 08:05 PM  
You know, a "sims" slipon recoil pad would eat up a lot of that punch!! I put one on my "870" slug gun, and "wow what a difference". Just a thought.
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26 Jan 2009 11:43 PM  
well i am 13 and i have shot a .35 remington and it dont kick that bad so yea i would i was shooting remington core loct 200 grain
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21 Feb 2009 10:23 AM  
I've been shooting the 35 Remmy for many,many years (44) to be exact, in rifles, and a T/C Contender,and I feel it's a fairly timid round. Perfect for women and children alike. JMO
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