.375 H&H 300gr North Forks

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dchamp
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.375 H&H 300gr North Forks

Post by dchamp » Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:03 pm

(Cartridge)
.375 H&H
(Brand of bullet)
North Fork SS & FPS
(Weight of bullet)
300gr
(Brand of brass)
R-P
(Type of powder)
Ramshot Big Game
(Grains of powder)
69.5
(Brand, and type of primer)
GM215M
(COAL)
3.60"
(CBTO)

(FPS/MPS)
2458 fps
(Rifle)
Winchester Safari M70
(Barrel Length)
24"
(Scope)
Leipold VX-R 3-9x40
(Weather conditions & temp)
68f, 26%, 28.2"hg
(Accuracy @ 100 yards/meters)
4 shots ( 3-SS & 1- Solid) 3/16"
(Notes)
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This wasn't done with a Blaser but it was too good not to share.
This is the second time out after doing a OCW test last week. The first three shots were from a cold clean bore. I then adjusted my scope for 3" high. The group consisted of 3 soft points and 1 solid all with the same charge. Next week I will shoot at 200
& 300 yards to validate.
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Re: .375 H&H 300gr North Forks

Post by slugslinger » Sat Nov 17, 2018 9:46 pm

Exceptional accuracy!!!! Nice work.
The North Fork bullets contributed I'm sure . . . I am surprised that the SS bullets and the Solid had the same POI.

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Re: .375 H&H 300gr North Forks

Post by SPEEDY » Sat Nov 17, 2018 11:01 pm

Not bad for dangerous game rifle, and it shows the versatility of the 375H&H as not just a close range stopper but as a longer range versatile hunting round.

I always think of it as a dangerous game 30/06, it will shot the same but hit a hell of a lot harder.
I'm soft and I don't care. :dance:

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Re: .375 H&H 300gr North Forks

Post by Joe338ST » Sat Dec 01, 2018 6:34 pm

Exceptional shooting there!
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