Wanted Left Hand .375 H&H

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  1. SoTexan

    SoTexan New Member

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    I’m looking for a LH .375 H&H to take to Namibia Spring 19. Plains game up to buf. Since CZ quit making the 550 LH this past January not much is avaible. I want a controlled feed extractor as well. Not many companies making LH rifles and the ones that do have not so good reviews or are crazy expensive. Post back or PM me. Thanks in advance!
    Alan
     

  2. Patton63

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    Best of luck in your search. I went through the same thing recently and it was incredibly frustrating. If you find a rifle, the premium they want because it is left handed can be crazy. I ended up getting a .375 Ruger.
     

  3. Johnny reb

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    If you’re not stuck on the 375H&H the 375 Ruger gives up nothing other than nostalgia to the H&H. Also look at montana rifle company you can get a 375 H&H from them. I had them build me a 458 Lott a couple years ago. Other than having to wait 2-3 months longer than what I was originally told I have no complaints. They don’t rape you for being a lefty in the larger calibers like cz did.
     
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  4. 375 Ruger Fan

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    I'm very interested in this thread too! Have to pay nearly double to get any American made rifles special ordered in the UK. Would love a LH M70 or CZ. Montana doesn't export to the UK so might have to settle for the M77.
     

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    I have a browning Stainless Stalker in LH action, 375 H and H--had a great hunt with it in South Africa last summer--yes I know it's a push feed. It shoots well--have quick release Talley mounts with 3x9 x 40 CDS Leopold scope.
     

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    On gunbroker there is a Winchester model 70 375 H&H lefty. NIB for $2600ish.
     

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    Get yourself a Heym, there isn‘t a better left hand rifle around. I owned Heym SR 30 in .375 and 9,3x62. Fantastic!
     

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