35 Rem Load 1

Hello everyone,

I’m in the process of loading all my YouTube videos here to our website, and to BitChute.com. We had a YouTube live stream last night, and I had trouble getting on live. I’m not sure if I was doing something wrong, but I suspect it was the powers-that-be at the other, big site. Call me paranoid, but just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean they’re not really out to get ‘cha! By the way, don’t say that to a crazy person…it’s just not nice.

As Uncle Jim would say, “ANYWAY!” I’ll be loading all my YouTube videos here, and also uploading them to BitChute. If my YouTube channel suddenly goes away, you’ll still be able to find me both here and on BitChute. I’m starting with my 35 Remington Series videos first. The more I dive into this work, the more comments I get from you great folks, the more I realize I may never finish this series! I guess I’ll always have plenty to do.

We try to have The Georgia Connection live stream every Friday night at 8:00 PM Eastern Time. Join us if and when you can. The first chat Mr. Bacon put together for The Reloaders Network was a great success. I couldn’t join in that night, but I watched and commented. What a fun time! As much as we all love watching each others videos, it’s even more fun to connect live with each other every so often.

I hope Nathan won’t get upset with me for posting this, but preliminary plans are for us to have as a special guest this coming Friday night, June 1, 2018; none other than the Emperor himself, Mr. Timothy Robinson! I can’t wait, this is gonna be so much fun.

Again, anyway! back to what I was saying. This video is discussing the first load for our 35 Remington Series. I discuss the particulars, and get them loaded up and ready for testing. The testing video will be next, and it will have some surprises. I hope you all enjoy it and thanks for watching!



We load our first rounds for the 35 Remington to be shot from the Marlin 336. The 1 grain factor, discussed for IMR 4064 is velocity-.9698, and for pressure- .9742. Multiply your powder charge in grains by these factors for a 1 grain decrease. The goal was to get our speed and pressure down to those listed for cast bullets in the Lyman Fourth Edition Cast Bullet Handbook. The powders I refereed to as not recognizing are SR-4227 and VEC TU2000. If you know these powders, fill me in. In the meantime I’ll do a Google search. They know everything! Thanks for watching and commenting. See y’all soon.

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