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375H&H mag long range ??

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Unread 10-22-2010, 02:05 PM
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375H&H mag long range ??

I was pondering the chance of useing my 375H&H mag with 300gr AB for long range hunting(600or700yards) but wanted to know what you all thought about it.I can handel the recoil thats not a problem.What would be the max range for the gun? have any of you tryed this? what would the pros and con of a cal this big? That you much for the input

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Unread 10-22-2010, 03:43 PM
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Re: 375H&H mag long range ??

Look into the 260 Accubond. I think that would be my choice because it will carry a little more velocity to 700 yds. The limiting factor IMO is how far will those bullets go and still expand. I'd trust the 260 to expand better at long range than the 300. Both have plenty of energy and frontal area if the bullet expands. Either bullet will shoot through an elk from any angle at long range. So I'd aim for bone to help the bullet open. With the 260 Accubond there is no question in my mind this is a 700 yd elk killer.

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