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Ruger 375

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#1 OFFLINE   hunterdan199


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Posted 02/11/13 - 11:47 PM

I love the big bores a savage in Ruger 375 has really caught my eye any body have one ?

#2 Male OFFLINE   flat9999


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Posted 02/12/13 - 12:11 PM

Its a shame that Savage no longer makes any guns chambered in 375 H&H. A few years ago, they made a stainless/synthetic Alaskan in the H&H, and if you can find one, that would be the gun to have.
Don't overlook the other offerings from Remington, Winchester, Sako, CZ, etc. Interestingly enough, they do not produce any rifles in the 375 Ruger chambering.
.375 is considered a medium bore.

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