A rifle chambered in .35 Rem evokes memories of red plaid wool and big bucks. The classic, medium bore round is an ideal choice for hunters who demand velocity and stopping power in the thicket, while retaining the option for fast follow-ups. Introduced in 1906, the .35 Rem is still a viable hunting round for deer, bear, and elk over a century later. Out of a Henry H024, modern hunting cartridges will deliver more than enough punch at over 2,000 feet per second with a 200-grain projectile. In fact, .38-55 has the potential to deliver more muzzle energy than a .30-30, as well as more frontal surface area on the projectile. A classic American design deserves a classic American cartridge, and there’s nothing quite as special as our H024 in .35 Rem.