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XLR owners, or others that are familiar with the XLR's: Have the new dimpled followers used in the 336 XLR's in 35 Rem solved the feeding problems with LE ammo? I am interested particularly in the 35 Rem XLR's. Thanks in advance for any feedback on this.
 

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I have yet to have any problems with LE ammo in the older marlins I have. My 1957 35 rem has had more than 5 boxes of LE ammo shot thru it and has never jammed on it. The '52' 30-30 has had more than one box and the 1980 Glenfield 30-30 has had more than 3 boxes. Not alot, but nary a bobble running them thru. DP
 

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dpe.ahoy said:
I have yet to have any problems with LE ammo in the older marlins I have. My 1957 35 rem has had more than 5 boxes of LE ammo shot thru it and has never jammed on it. The '52' 30-30 has had more than one box and the 1980 Glenfield 30-30 has had more than 3 boxes. Not alot, but nary a bobble running them thru. DP

Same here..... I have a '61 & '76 .35Rem and ran a couple boxes through them both. Both have original followers and never a problem with the LE's.
 
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