Great looking Rifle, the only ones Iv'e seen were Laminated stock
Ridiculously true. I had three .375's before I knew what was going on.Congrats, that rifle will make a fine gateway drug into the 375 and above world. I remember the first 375 I bought, I said something cute like this is all I will ever need. I can’t put my finger on where the actual spiral into the abyss started but I can say it will only end with a shoulder that will no longer tolerate the abuse or I die. <Snip> But don’t for one second think that this is your last 375 or bigger.
Did that with my Lott. Strange feeling that lasted two days.I actually bought a box of 375 H&H ammo before I even had a rifle so chambered. I started my big bore rifle journey with a Ruger No 1 in 458 Win Mag. The first round I fired had me hooked. But when I looked at those long, sexy 375 H&H cartridges, I knew I had to back up and punt.
It’s made by Zastava for remington I believe it’s very similar to the model 70 with the exception of a 26” barrel.Congratulations on a fantastic piece. The .375 Holland & Holland magnum is the gold standard of rifle cartridges .
Is your Zastava rifle the Model 70 , with the 3 cartridge magazine capacity ?
I was in your shoes as well and it’s very manageable the recoil. I figure if you have had lots of shooting experience with different types of rifles and shot guns this will be a breeze.Good report,
I'll be firing my first 375 h&h in a few weeks. And I've wondered a million times how it will feel
That would be really fun but unfortunately I live on the other side of Canada, Montreal.