A Leupold 2.5-8 is a good choice. I have used one of various calibers including 375 and mostly in wooded country. One great thing about the Leupold is its very generous eye relief. This is very handy when shooting from different positions. Another good choice is the Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40. Has better optics, especially early morning and late evening. It does have a little less eye relief (4 inches), but thats plenty even for 375.What do you think about a Leupold scope 2.5x8 for a .375?
I disagree! The 375 H&H has always been a long range rifle, that is why it displaced the most popular round in 1912 when the 375 H&H came out. It replaced the 450/400NE 3" as a better all around cartridge. The 375 H&H is just like the mail man hits the same place every day, no matter the weather, or the range! Like any chambering, you just have to learn to shoot it!I think you will find the additional xpower useful on longer shots. It use to be that the 375 H&H was thought of as a shorter range gun. 150 yrds or less. With the premium bullets and weights that are available now, the 375 H&H is easily a 300 yard + gun.