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Just joined the forum so I'm hoping I am putting this in the right place. I just got a Marlin 336 in 35 Remington (Made in 1969 ) a couple months ago and was loading some rounds for it and looking at the bullets started to question if they were ok to put more than 1 in the magazine. I have Hornady Interlock® Soft Point Round Point 200 grain bullets. When I purchased them they looked ok but I wanted to make sure. Don't have a picture at the moment.
 

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I'm also using the Hornady RN #3515s in my 336A & 336RC's tube mags, but more for punching paper. I've recently aquired 100 Remington 200GR RNCLs & have more faith in them for my hunting loads. They & the Hornadys are pretty much identical in outward appearence, but they open better at .35 Rem velocities. If you can get your hands on some, I'd recommend you do it. jd45
 
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