I’ve agreed on a purchase of a CZ550 in .375H&H as I wanted this over my current .458Wm in same. I believe the .375 is more versatile and adequate for most things used correctly with the right projectile. I wanted and still want the .375, I have no DG experience and will get limited opportunity to hunt DG except other than a paid safari which is not in the near future for that. If you were only able to keep one which should it be? Open to discussion. I have fired exactly 1 shot from a .375 and then bought a new .458 on clearance, the same way I get most of my guns on sale. I have dies, cases and various projectiles that I built up in .458 so I can put togetherness a nice little package for sale then start over, I’ve put 50+ rounds through it, just to get a feel for it. I am planning on just the .375 and I have some sentimental idea of it bein a classic calibre. Staying with the same model I’m keeping the scope and rings and I have a Timney trigger if I want to fit it Whichever I have will get taken in the field for use, pigs generally but I want Tom be comfortable with it and I feel I can’t carry it on a 5km walk then no point thinking I’m going to do anything more with it Anyway any thoughts on the pros and cons of these for a one big bore solution for someone who is hoping to use it in the future? My first African hunt is booked. A PG cull hunt and I’m using a hire rifle. And I’m happy with that. Keeping it simple If and when I get a chance I will hunt Camel, Donkey and try for Buffalo in Oz, and if I get a second shot at Africa a .375 would be a versatile rifle to take.