NoslerCustom 375 H&H Mag 300 grain Partition Ammo (20ct)
Loaded with a Partition 300 Grain Spitzer Bullet and Nosler Cartridge Brass
Noslers ballisticians are expert hand loaders. It is their expertise that goes into the making of NoslerCustom Ammunition. It is not just knowledge and special attention that sets this ammunition apart. The key is that we are combining the very best components, in the exact amounts, with decades of practical, hands-on experience. The result is a custom load that can bring your shot to a new level of consistency.
The hunt of a lifetime deserves the very best ammunition, and that is just what you get when you order NoslerCustom Handloaded Ammunition.
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My 375H&H mag. Rem.700 Safari Grade, Alaska 60 inch trophy grade moose. One shot knocked it flat.Review by kunosoura / (Posted on 2/2/2016)My 375 H&H mag. Rem.700 Safari Grade, Alaska 60 inch trophy grade moose. One shot knocked it flat. With proper bullet the "venerable" 375 H&H remains, beyond question, the best "all around" cartridge ever made. With proper bullet, it is best cross-canyon Elk cartridge; choice in Alaska, suitable for Brown Bear - or "suitable for anything that walks on this Earth." i.e. credible publications of professional hunting for decades. Recoil is "big push", acceptable, even I at about 160 lb. I bought (new) Pre-64 loved Win. Mod 70, O'Conner 270 Win, used for years. Superb. Thru years, it never "one shot" failed me. Some cartridges appear to inherently be world class thru the years. The 270 W and 375 H&H are at top of the list.
Dependable- kills the small as well as the large dangerous and toothy!Review by Woodswalker / (Posted on 8/27/2015)Whatever you hit WELL with this will go down very fast, from Vall Rheebock to moose. You will really hear the bullet smack w/ hit when shots are under 200 yards and all but the baddest worked up Cape buffalo will just crumple. Almost never find the bullet. Two holes are better than one. It will travel several feet through muscle and bone and generally in a straight line! I had one bullet travel over 4.5 feet through a kudu- stem to stern finding it just under the skin on the ham- perfect mushroom. Most animals only travel 3 feet- straight down and a little back.