375 Chey-Tac ?

Discussion in 'Extreme Long Range Hunting & Shooting (ELR)' started by wmag79, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. wmag79

    wmag79 Active Member

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    I am interested in getting into long range shooting. I am in the process of having an 375 Chey-Tac built. I am looking for recommendations as to a scope suitable for it. I am also interested if anyone has any reloading data for the caliber.
     
  2. Kiwi Greg

    Kiwi Greg Well-Known Member

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    Nightforce ATACR, job done :cool:

    Mine has 132 internal moa, with the right rail & mounts you can shoot further than you ever thought possible :)
     

  3. wmag79

    wmag79 Active Member

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    Thanks I will definitely look into that scope. I have found one other scope that I am also going to research further.
     
  4. Rockfish Dave

    Rockfish Dave Well-Known Member

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    For first focal pane the Vortex Razor HD 5-20 has 126 MOA (or roughly 36 MILS) of vertical travel. The scope is feature rich and 50 BMG rated, so it should hold up just fine. The turrets come in 5 or 10 mils per revolution. The reticules also come in mils or moa.

    You can get a deal through Liberty Optics, he cut me a hell of a deal on a new one. I got mine for the same price I've seen on used one's.

    (the features are from memory, but you get the gist.
     
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    nightforce atacr, just got one for a friends .50. very nice scope...
     
  7. Kiwi Greg

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    Absolutely love my one :)
     
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    With the 350gn SMK, start at 128gn Retumbo and Fed 215 primer. Work up with care.
    A popular load is 132gn Retumbo. Gives excellent accuracy.
    With BMG50 powder you can add about 4 grains to these charges and work up from there with care.