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looking for a good .375 cal bullet

 
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Old 08-08-2009, 08:56 PM
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

No i will use them for target and maybe for cyotes. I tried Rocky Mountian Bullet Company but their web site was under construction. I was thinking about solids but i will have to check my local laws first. Where do you hunt?
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

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Old 08-08-2009, 11:02 PM
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

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We shot some of the Al tipped 375s today, seem to work pretty good, but those things are high.
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Old 08-08-2009, 11:19 PM
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

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What are the AI tipped? Can you tell me more about them or where i can find out more about them?
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

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We shot some of the Al tipped 375s today, seem to work pretty good, but those things are high.
Ed,

Can you elaborate more on what you were up to with the 375 ? I assume they were the RMB AL tipped ones ? Where you shooting a AM or cheytac ?

Very interested in this cal !

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Old 08-09-2009, 08:41 AM
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

We were shooting a 375 chey tac at 1400, basicly just doing a little load work still. It is a buddys gun and he was using the rocky mountain 375 grain aluminum tipped bullets. (or mabye they ae 365gr cant recall for sure) I think his load is 132 grains of retumbo with a 215M. We were getting a lot of vertical in the load at 1400 even though it was perfectly flat at 800 so back to the drawing board.

I posted the link to the bullet manufacturers website above.
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Re: looking for a good .375 cal bullet

I'm pretty sure you can use an SMK for hunting in Oregon. Its not considered a FMJ and thats the only bullet you cant use in Oregon for hunting that I'm aware of.
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