Anyone Worked With the Barnes 350 gr TSX In A .375 H&H?

Discussion in '.375 & Up' started by Stocky, Jun 2, 2013.

  1. Stocky

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    Barnes lists just two loads using their new 350 grain TSX 375, I would appreciate hearing if anyone has worked with it or has any other experience with it.

    Second question is, is it worth the effort over the 300 TSX?
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    Well, most people think the 350 hit a lot harder, no doubt they do, you probably lose some advantage for longer shots. But, you can also learn the changes in elevation too.
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    Like the 350 North fork and 380 Rhino it bumps the 375 almost up to 416 status........ for plains game it would be too much than what is required...... on Buff the 300gr works just as well, I honestly can not say that the 350 will kill it more dead than what the 300 potentially would.... :) Ha Ha!!!

    I am a sucker for the heavier projectiles as well, they will work well these 350 TSX'S..

    My best always.
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    The 350TSX performs really well on buffalo,excellent penetration.

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