i just bought a box of remington 35 rem ammo. wow...talk about expensive! $20.49 plus tax. boy, that sure jumped in price! anyhow, there used to be a trajectory graph on the box. i visited www.remington.com and found trajectory info, but it is not on a graph. it is still useful, but it doesn't answer my unusual question. it lists sight-in data for 100 yards and 150 yards as zero (dead on). that is fine...my rifle is sighted in at 100 yards. i still yearn for the old school graph. let's say i am unconventional and wish to sight-in for 50 yards. a graph would allow me to calculate the subsequent yardage data without spending $1.03 plus tax per cartridge. basically, the 200 grain bullet is .5 in. high at 50 yards sighted for 100 yards. that is -3.5 inches at 150 yards. i would assume, since the bullet is rising, that at 20 yards it is less than +.5 in., say maybe +.25 in. since this is basically a brush gun, you would think more thorough data would be given for short yardage. i am often in the thickets with targets at 20 yards. i mean, it is not really all that critical to be so precise. i feel confident with the weapon as i have had it for a few years now. my current finanncial position (poor) and the rise in ammo cost makes me more hesitant to practice at short range. it would be nice to see a graph of the trajectory data. i actually loaded all of the values in a spread sheet, but i am embarrassed to say i forget how to graph excel data...it has been too long since i have done that. anyone have a link to trajectory data? since i am on the 35 rem caliber soapbox, does anyone have a source for 180 grain bullets for reloading? i tried to find 180 grain 35 cal but could only find 150 and 200 grain. i think 180 grain would be optimum. i will be reloading next year.