I just bought a 1967 vintage 336 .35 Remington in almost like new condition. As soon as I got it home, I zeroed the sights and I was soon hammering steel at 100 and 200 yards. I also shot a few at one steel target at 75 yards, big mistake, I was punching holes through the 1/4 steel target that I usually shoot with my 45-70's. I knew I could not shoot them with my FMJ .308's and .300WM, I never thought the .35 would punch through the steel. Now at 100 and 200, it will not. I have'nt tried the 45-70's that close maybe they can punch through too. Anyhow I'm really impressed with the .35Rem. Just thought I would share this.