I agree! If there was a .375 Berger, I would likely own a Cheytac.
From what it sounds like it has been deemed a niche market. That is unfortunate. And Sierra only offers their HPBT .375 in 350 gn?
It's a very hard bullet to get to expand on game.The 350gr SMK is a great bullet; I shot a lot of them out of my 375 BME. If you took them time to trim and point the meplats on them I'm sure they'd do a great job. I never had problems with them out to around 2500 yards
Wasn’t it a solid? That’s already been done, we need more hunting bullets."The Berger Prototype .375 bullet that I have had the honor of working along side Bryan Litz to develop performed phenomenally at the 2016 King of 2 Miles match,” says Mitch. “The ballistic performance of this bullet is unmatched and it offered great precision in my rifle, consistently grouping sub-half MOA."
This bullet was in the 400 grain class.