Bullets Choices for 375 H&H Multi-Species Hunt
This is a discussion on Bullets Choices for 375 H&H Multi-Species Hunt within the .375 & Up forums, part of the HUNTING EQUIPMENT, FIREARMS & AMMUNITION category; There's the difference Wildcat. They work way better when driven hard. In my Weatherby's that I have owned 240, 270, ...
06-14-2013, 04:28 AM #41
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There's the difference Wildcat. They work way better when driven hard. In my Weatherby's that I have owned 240, 270, 7mm, 300, 340, they have performed as desired.
I don't use them any more because of the copper fouling & I believe I have found a better allround, all game bullet that always opens & never fails. That bullet is the magnificent
North Fork SS. I use 180gr in my 300 Weatherby, 250gr in my 9.3x62, 270gr in my 375 H&H & 375 Ruger & 300gr in my 375 Dakota. I also have 250gr & 350gr North Forks in 375 but I have not yet tried them.
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