As most Marlin folks know, Hornady put reloding data out that ran the .45-70 at 40,000 CUP for the 1895 Marlins. Well, Remington made the Model 760 in 35 Rem for years. I have a Model 760 in .30-06 and we know that those run at around 50,000 CUP. The rifle has no problem with max loads and ejects them very easily. Question: Has anyone run across .35 Rem loads that raise the pressure on up to match the potential of that case and newer stronger actions?