.375 H&H

Discussion in 'Up To .375' started by Yaseen, May 26, 2017.

  1. MT Griz

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    It has all pretty much been said....the 375 H&H is very versatile. I also have quick detach (Warne) rings, and two scopes (plus iron sights). I have a 1.75 - 5 power for dangerous game and up close work. Also 2 - 12 variable for plains game or that occasional longer shot. I am thinking about adding a third scope for it as well with a lighted reticle for the low light shots like for when I finally try for my leopard. Buy the "best" glass you can afford and whatever reticle works best for you. It"s nice to have an extra scope along incase one goes "gunny bags" on you. Its great to have the option to go iron sights but you need to sight them in and practice with them in order for them to preform for you and as you age it gets harder to see the front and back sights of the iron so be prepared for that. You picked a great caliber, enjoy and good luck!
     

  2. Sika98k

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  3. Ray B

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    If the barrel is long enough I don't have a problem with the front sight - Now, the rear sight - That's an entirely different result.
     
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  4. Dr Ray

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    Suggest Swarovski z8

    W the red dot. Very fast to sight and in poor light such as a buffalo in thick scrub and in the shade.
     
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