By David Tong
.375 Holland & Holland Magnum Review history and review.
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- In 1912, British arms maker Holland & Holland introduced the world to the belted magnum rifle case.
In so doing, and by design, they also created the world’s most versatile rifle cartridge.
From its introduction it harvested all types of game from thin-skinned small deer all the way to elephants, with three bullet weights.
.375 Holland & Holland Magnum
The 235gr version of the .375 Holland & Holland Magnum, was intended for open plains game, and at 2,900fps, it shoots as flat as a 180gr .30-06. My own pet load in a Remington 700 Safari used Winchester cases, Federal 215 Primer igniting 80.0gr of IMR-4350 capped with the Speer semi-spitzer bullet. Using a Williams aperture sight, three shot groups land at 1 1/8 inches at 100 yards.
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