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This has come up around here before.
Do what you think is safe.
Personally, I believe if there was an issue, Remington
would have placed a warning on the box. They certainly
know most of the 35Rem rifles in circulation are lever action...
and I doubt they would invite such a lawsuit.
I've used this ammo for 5 years and never had an issue.
 

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This has come up around here before.
Do what you think is safe.
Personally, I believe if there was an issue, Remington
would have placed a warning on the box. They certainly
know most of the 35Rem rifles in circulation are lever action...
and I doubt they would invite such a lawsuit.
I've used this ammo for 5 years and never had an issue.
Thanks for your input. I was wondering if anybody had actually used it in the field.
 

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I have shot 3 boxes of these with zero issue. When I bought them years ago, I read quite a few posts on accuracy issues, but none on the dangers of using them. They shot very accurate out of my rifle, but I ultimately was just using them on targets to get the brass. I loaded the magazine full.
 

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Using Remington as a authority on lever guns?

Are you trying to be funny.
Not really. Just saying that if you produce a cartridge that is 95% likely to be used in a lever gun that by now they'd have been sued if there was a problem. They are no strangers to losing lawsuits. Some people have lost their lives due to their negligence as well as those whom mistakenly trusted their triggers and safeties.

They have absolutely proven after several years of experience trying to manufacture them that they are no experts on lever guns.

Regards, AC
 
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