35 Remington spitzer bullets

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  • country_boy

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    Finally fired my woodmaster zeroed at 50, and couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn at 100. The ammo were reloads I bought at a gun show 15 years and older ago. The variable I can only think is that ammo was crap. The bullets were spitzer, who makes a bullet like that? I’ve only seen round nose 35 Remington.
     

    justmax

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    More info needed. Do you have the older model with the tubular mag, or the removeable box mag?

    Start with a known constant...new factory ammo.
     

    Glenn B

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    More info needed. Do you have the older model with the tubular mag, or the removeable box mag?

    Start with a known constant...new factory ammo.
    Which year's producton model of the Woodmaster (or even which Woodsmaster) had a tubular model?
     

    Glenn B

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    Finally fired my woodmaster zeroed at 50, and couldn’t hit the broad side of a barn at 100. The ammo were reloads I bought at a gun show 15 years and older ago. The variable I can only think is that ammo was crap. The bullets were spitzer, who makes a bullet like that? I’ve only seen round nose 35 Remington.
    Hornady and more recently some others have spitzer like bullets that have a plastic tip. However, if you are asking who may have made the ones you have been using from 15 years or longer ago - good luck with that.
     

    thescoutranch

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    I believe the 8 or 81 woodsmaster was the semi automatic,
    the 141 gamemaster is the pump action rifle with the tubular magazine.

    Remington designed this tubular magazine to accommodate pointed tip bullets or Spitzer bullets
     

    hornetguy

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    I used to have a bunch of 150gr pointed bullets... they were designed to be used in the .350 Rem mag, so I assume they were Remington made bullets.
    They were used in one of the most accurate loads I developed in my short stint with the .35 Whelen.
    I still have the Whelen, just haven't worked with it in almost 20 years....

    They looked short and fat.... with a pointed tip.
     
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