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  • I read your post on the Model 70, and am interested in how you liked 350 grain bullets in your .375 H & H. I've been working up loads for mine in 350 grain TSX. My rifle shoots very well with 300 grain bullets, but I am going on a cape buffalo hunt in June, and am torn between which bullet to use. Both are accurate.

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    Daga Boy
    The general rule on buffalo is to use the heaviest bullet that gives acceptable V and accuracy in your rifle. Bear in mind that you generally don't need (and actually don't want) very high velocities for this application. Anything above 2300fps will do fine.
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