"On another note, were the heck is all the .35 Remington ammo ???"
.35 Remington is subject to what is called "seasonal" production, meaning that it's normally only produced in one or maybe two runs a year.
With the enormous demand for ammunition in just about all calibers, though, many of the less popular seasonal production rounds simply aren't being produced right now, allowing the companies to devote production to cartridges that are in far higher demand.
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