Prvi Partizan - Soft Point - 300 Grain 375 H&H Magnum Ammo - 10 Rounds
The .375 Holland & Holland Magnum was introduced in 1912 by British firearms makers to be a direct competitor of Mauser’s 9.5x57 sporting cartridge that became popular in the model 98 bolt action rifles. The .375 is considered the first of the “belted” magnums that influenced modern cartridges like the .300 Winchester Magnum, with a reinforced neck to help insure head spacing. This was the alternative to using rimmed cartridges, which could sometimes fail to feed properly in a hurry: an uncomfortable prospect while hunting dangerous game on the plains of Africa.
The 300 grain soft point bullet by PRVI can exit the muzzle at up to 2530 feet with 4500 foot pounds of energy. While considered on the borderline for dealing with certainty of a charging bull elephant, it is proven capable of doing so and for most any game that is smaller.
The shooting world is fortunate to have a company such as PRVI/Partizan because it has an established reputation for dependable performance and offers calibers that are rarely seen from other companies at a price that does not inspire palpitations. While bullet designs are fairly standard without the modern technological applications as premium sporting rounds, they do offer a performance that has served hunters and sport shooters quite adequately for decades. The fact that the brass cases are boxer primed and reloadable offer further value to this economical choice.
- Manufacturer Prvi Partizan
- Condition New
- Bullet Weight 300 Grain
- Bullet Type Round Nose Soft Point (RNSP)
- Use Type Safari Hunting
- Casing Type Brass
- Quantity 10
- Ammo Caliber 375 H&H Magnum