7mm Rem Magnum Ammo

Introduced in 1962 for the Remington 700 rifle, 7mm Remington Magnum ammunition works well for taking a wide variety of North American game animals. It is based on the .375 H&H Magnum, an even more powerful cartridge typically used for safari hunting. In comparison, the 7mm Rem Mag is more compact (allowing it to be used in standard length rifle actions), lower-recoiling, and less powerful.

A typical round of 7mm Remington Magnum ammo fires a 140-175 grain bullet at 2,800 to 3,100 feet per second. To fully realize the ballistic potential of this cartridge, a rifle should have a long barrel of 24 inches or more.

Since the 7mm Rem Mag is most commonly used for hunting, most ammo available is of the soft point or polymer-tipped variety. These projectiles are designed to expand for maximum lethality without fragmenting excessively and damaging meat or trophies.

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