As I have written in previous posts my love for the .25-35 WCF started with the purchase of a contender barrel some 35+ years ago. But up until recently I never realized how little has been written about this venerable cartridge, often referred to as the "perfect woods loafer".
Introduced in 1895 along with the .30-30, ammunition has been in production ever since, with the manufacture of the model 94 in this caliber ceasing about 1964. Since then there have been very few rifles produced in .25-35 until recently.
I would like to write a book about this caliber. In order to do so I will need a great amount of information. Please email me with your experience and knowledge of the .25-35. I would greatly appreciate it, please include your name.
David Reiss - NRA Life Member & PSC Range Member Retired Police Firearms Instructor/Armorer
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