375 Holland - Unique Handloading data Sought
I am hoping that someone of you can properly address this matter, Seems a rather interesting proposition
The story goes like this:
The other day (which is a better opening than "on a dark stormy night") this "Wizard" was in my office expounding the virtues of the 375 H & H not altogether uncommon you might say
His claim was, that with proper recipes you could handload the 375 in such a manner that, within 300 yards< the bullet flight, ie the point of impact would be, or could be made to be, the same whether you mounted a 235 gr bullet or anything in between up to and including a 310 grain projectile
The point was a "series" of loads that would accomplish this feat.
I imagined the efficiency of something like this. Proper loads at hand, same sight picture and irrespective of the round chambered, it would fall to the same point of impact. No scope or sight adjustment required
Same individual claimed that all of these loads would (should) shoot as flat as a .30/06
Thus, with one rifle and a fist full of proper hand loads you would be essentially ready for anything
Quite a concept to be sure
can it be done?
Anyone 'done' it
can't wait to hear