Discussion in 'Free Classifieds' started by DrZRW, Mar 15, 2019.
Looking for a left handed bolt action .375 H&H magnum.
Thanks in advance!
In CRF the reasonably priced option are more or less limited to the Zastava M70. CZ and Win M70 Classic are getting harder to find.
I believe Montana Rifle Co now makes them.
Sorry I forgot about them!
Yes, looking for CRF, used Win Model 70 or CZ at top of the list. Montana rifle is also an option, considering to order new from Montana Rifle if nothing else used pops up.
Browning A-bolt: https://www.gunbroker.com/item/803140972
CZ no longer making them.
that winchester is righty
I have a Zastava in 9.3x62, very happy with it.
For years I‘ve had a left handed Heym SR 20 in .375. sold it because I wanted a double. Fantastic rifle, better than the ones mentioned.
Sako does the 85 Hunter model as a .375 lefty.
https://choose.sako.fi/global/sako_85/85-hunter?caliber=375 H&H MAG&handedness=LH
Does it have to be an H&H or would you consider a .375 Ruger? I went through the same search and ended up getting a Ruger Alaska Guide gun in .375. The left-handed H&H’s were either incredibly hard to find or overpriced.
The guide gun or you might consider the Ruger M77 Hawkeye in FTW Hunter Camo if you want to get one for a bargain. No open sights but at that price you could upgrade to the stock of your choice and express sights.
Actually, upon closer review, it's a sort of bastardized set up: Right hand bolt but left hand stock.
Martini has one for sale on his website, go big or go home!!
375 Ruger in left hand is widely available, concern that finding ammo could be a problem in some situations down the road.
First choice still remains the 375 H&H but 375 Ruger may be the answer if all else fails.
Those Sako must be new for this year. The past couple years their lefties were only Medium action calibers.
A reasonable concern about the 375 Ruger. But since it's creation it has not gone away or been sidelined, quite the opposite. Ruger is still making both right and left handed rifles in it and now so is Savage and Mossberg in right-handed. As for ammo, besides Hornady, Swift is now making rounds for it. There may be others.
Lefties, like ourselves, have definitely helped put and keep it on the map. I'm biased, I own a M77 in it.
Although it’s not crf, I enjoy shooting my abolt stainless stalker LH 375 h and h. Incredibly accurate with 300 grain swift a frames. Available and dependable and accurate!
My lefty .375 H&H M70 has gone too many exotic places for me to consider parting with it (for any reasonable price - some obscene-high offer might be considered, since it's still just a tool made of steel, wood and Leupold VX3 .
That said, I've often thought if I were to need a backup .375 bolt, I'd strongly consider settling for the A-Bolt. I have one in .30-06, and it's been flawless. When I was originally looking back around 2004 or 2005, the .375 Ruger was just getting started, with the DGX and DGS bullets the only factory loads available. With A-Frames and other bullets out there in factory loads now, I could probably be persuaded to the M77 Ruger platform. Just my .02!
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