Uhmm..... Anyone know where all the .35rem went?
Yep they still make them but they are hard to find. I got on the Midway email notification service about two months ago for the 180's. Still took two tries to get them as I wasn't quick enough the first time! So if you sign up, jump when you get notified or they will be gone in less than a day.does speer still make the 180 & 220gr flat points? that 180gr is one heck of a bullet! i'm in east tx & i haven't seen any 35 rem factory loads. i have 1 more place i can check locally.
They're slowly catching up on 22lr ammo, you just gotta be in the right place at the right time. Two weeks ago my local cabelas must've gotten a good shipment in, I managed to pick up a box of Win 222ct. Looked like they had a whole pallet on the floor. I'm still looking for 35 Rem though. I'm hopeful to find enough to be able to sight her in and take her for a walk this fall.I guess it depends on where you are, i`m on vacation travel with my 5th wheeler, have been in 24 states, visited all the gun, ammo, sports stores i could find. the count is near 40 stores from Florida to Idaho. I have seen plenty of all calibers except 22 long rifle, not one of the shops/stores had 22 ammo of any kind.
That's interesting. I bought 3 boxes of Hornady 200 grain a few months ago at a LGS out of my area when I was in their neck of the woods. The one Partner said they had just received some stock. I would buy Rem 200's if I can get them for $25 a box too, but in Canada? The taxes there are crazy compared to the states. I never looked for them here yet, I stick with Hornady. I like the extra distance I can get out of that design and worth the $30 a box I paid.Weird you guys are running short of 35 in the US of A. I see it in stock every time I am in most of my LGS. Rem 200's are $25/box