Oh Yeah, I reload for the old .35 Rem
I've been out of the reloading business since I moved about 8 years ago, but due to political changes, am definitely back into it for the duration of the next peoples republic adminstration.
I have both a Marlin 336 CS in .35 Rem and a Contender Hunter in the same caliber. Factory 200 grain rifle loads out of the Contender muzzel brake lit a few things on fire out at the range that I wasn't too prowd of. Have settled on a super compromise load. That would be 38 grains of Accurate 2230 under a Speer 180 gr fp. The AC 2230 is a quicker burning powder than in the factory WW Super X 200 gr load, which I suspect is burning closer to IMR 3031, and doesn't work the Contender muzzle break nearly as much or spew as much unburned powder. Alternatively, my reloading manual for the TC shows that about 40 grains of 2520 (burning rate similar to IMR 4064) should accomplish the same in a a longer barrel. The AC 2230 Speer 180 load both were super accurate in both guns.