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Old 05-06-2013, 08:24 AM
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Re: .375 H&H 300g bullets best velocity

Ream it out to 375 rum that's what your chasing after anyhow. That said I have been lusting after the rifle your talking about for years, Got any pic's?

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Ream it out to 375 rum that's what your chasing after anyhow. That said I have been lusting after the rifle your talking about for years, Got any pic's?

Jon
I am sorry to say that I do not have any pics. I am not in a position to remedy that situation either, as I am currently half way around the world from my rifles.

I will say that I am very pleased with this rifle and that, in general, I believe CZ rifles offer a lot in the way of features and quality for the money. Where the larger, full length magnums are concerned, the CZ 550 Magnum action has the advantage of being a full length action. I have found that to translate to being able to load my rounds long enough to take full advantage of available case capacity.

I really like my .375 H&H and I enjoy shooting it. If you have something like that (or bigger) on your wish list, the CZ 550 Safari Magnum is very hard to beat, IMO (obviously, I can't claim to be unbiased).
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I am sorry to say that I do not have any pics. I am not in a position to remedy that situation either, as I am currently half way around the world from my rifles.

I will say that I am very pleased with this rifle and that, in general, I believe CZ rifles offer a lot in the way of features and quality for the money. Where the larger, full length magnums are concerned, the CZ 550 Magnum action has the advantage of being a full length action. I have found that to translate to being able to load my rounds long enough to take full advantage of available case capacity.

I really like my .375 H&H and I enjoy shooting it. If you have something like that (or bigger) on your wish list, the CZ 550 Safari Magnum is very hard to beat, IMO (obviously, I can't claim to be unbiased).
My 375Wby is in a Brno 602.
My buddy has a 550 in 375Rum....It works perfectly.
The 3.9" mag box is nice.

I have a spare 602 action floating around!
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Ream it out to 375 rum that's what your chasing after anyhow. That said I have been lusting after the rifle your talking about for years, Got any pic's?

Jon
Actually, what I am chasing is .338 Lapua class ballistics. If this works, the numbers say I should be in the ballpark. I may also step up to the MAX designated 320g bullets. If they shoot, they should close the gap a bit. The .338 Lapua should still have a performance edge, but it would not be a large one.

My overall thinking when I started this involved versatility. I wanted to see if it was possible to have a close up smasher and a long range hammer on the same platform in a carry weight rifle. Based on what I have learned so far, it appears to be possible. The jury is still out, though.

If the CE's prove out, I may also try the 350g SMK. It will not shoot as flat, but will allow me reasonable practice at half the cost of the CE's. That is, of course, if the SMK will stabilize from my rifle.
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Re: .375 H&H 300g bullets best velocity

I just stumbled across this thread:

.375 Ruger, musings on use in LRH (long winded)

It didn't show up in ANY of my previous searches. It is very relevant to what I have been working on and what I am trying to accomplish.
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I just stumbled across this thread:

.375 Ruger, musings on use in LRH (long winded)

It didn't show up in ANY of my previous searches. It is very relevant to what I have been working on and what I am trying to accomplish.
Are you using the google search in the top right corner? The other one is useless!
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Re: .375 H&H 300g bullets best velocity

You are right about the other search function being useless! I hadn't even noticed the google search field on this forum. I have been using google in "stand alone" web searches. When I searched for this thread today, the link that I posted appeared beneath it the first time I searched. It didn't show up when I repeated the search, but I remembered enough of the title to find it.

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