Also known as: 35 Remington, .35 Remington
The .35 Remington was first introduced in 1906 and it is now the only remaining cartridge from the original lineup of Remington medium powered rimless cartridges. It was originally made to chamber in the Model 8 semi-automatic rifle, but over the years it has been used in rifles from many other manufacturers as well. This caliber is still quite popular today, especially in single-shot hunting pistols such as the TC Contender or the XP-100. Today, the .35 is still considered as a suitable round for hunting black bear, deer, and elk within a reasonable distance.