There are better bullets on the market, why use a Hornady DGX Bonded? This seams to be the prevailing argument on this thread when it comes to bullet selection. So, my question is why don’t we apply this same logic to DG calibers? After all the 404 Jeffreys is a much better DG caliber than a 375 H&H, so why use the 375? I’m not trying to disparage the 375 H&H so please don’t answer that question, but you get my point. It’s a matter of personal choice. I’ll admit the Hornady DGX Bonded is not my first choice of DG bullets but its not my last either. If you’re on a DG hunt and your ammo is lost in transit and your outfitter hands you a box of Hornady DGX Bonded are you going to say no thanks I’ll wait for my ammo to arrive or will you go hunting with the DGX? I’m going hunting, what are you going to do?