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.375CT vs .408CT

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Unread 03-23-2013, 08:18 AM
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Re: .375CT vs .408CT

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    Unread 03-23-2013, 11:35 AM
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    Re: .375CT vs .408CT

    Thanks for a link Zeek, TONS of info on there. Again, i apologize for duplicating a thread, still not used to the site.

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    Re: .375CT vs .408CT

    I would go with a 338 just from the standpoint of bullet selection and availability.
    I don't think it gives up that much to the 375, and I am not sure if all the bugs are worked out of the 375 as well.
    Good luck with your build.
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    Re: .375CT vs .408CT

    Thanks. I've considered the 338-408 or the 338AM. I've heard the accuracy at extreme distance is outstanding. Im not going for stopping power or max terminal ballistics, im going for accuracy. Pure, raw, no-holds-barred, no corners cut accuracy at extreme distances. To me, being able to place a single shot precisely where it needs to be is much more important that energy.

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