Several years ago I got in on a group buy at the Castboolits forum. A bunch of us ordered a special, .35 caliber 180 grain bullet cut for a gas check, with tumble lube grooves. The bullet was designed for the .35 Remington cartridge, but we speculated that it could also be used in .357 magnum thumper loads. At .35 caliber and 180 grains, it was designed by a fellow who does business as Ranch Dog. He makes bullet designs with wide flat noses and has the molds cut by Lee Precision. It's a good looking bullet.
The Marlin 1894C is a dandly little carbine. Mine weighs 6.2 lbs and measures just 36 inches as it came from the factory. It's got an 18" barrel and I added a Williams aperture sight. It's light, handy, comes to the shoulder quickly and turns the .357 magnum pistol cartridge into quite a contender from the carbine-length barrel.