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.375 Match Bullets?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Matt304, Aug 19, 2010.

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  1. Matt304

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    I have an action on the way with a bolt face for a 408 Chey Tac size rim.

    I'm pretty sure I'm going to do a 375 ackley wildcat on the case, because I think a 338 would be too small and burn barrels up.

    I don't see that many bullets for 375, though.

    It looks like the only good ones I see are the Lehigh 330gr turned, and those are showing out of stock. Not a great thing to see.

    I heard that Sierra did a 350gr .375 run, but where the heck do I buy those?

    I see that Rocky Mountain Bullet makes 375, but I can buy BMG bullets cheaper and won't pay 2.15$ each for 375.

    So that leaves who else making match 375 bullets?

    I hear everyone talking about the 375 instead of the 408, so I assume there are bullets, I just haven't had to find any until now.
     
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    That sounds like a sweet wildcat. goodluck! i'll wanna hear about it
     
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    Nice. The 350 SMK.

    I'm going out on a limb here because the action I secured is the one I want, but only 1 left with 408 head. So I'm stuck with that case size, and I really only have the 3 choices of bore, 338, 375, 408. Out of the three, the 375 is probably the best all around, but I'm dealing with poor bullet selection. I'm close to just necking it to 338, even if I burn barrels faster, but at least that way I will have a good cheap bullet selection to offset the replacement barrel costs. Tough choice.
     
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