What is 7mm for?

What is 7mm for?

The 7mm Remington Magnum was (and, to a lesser degree, still is) touted as one of the best “western” cartridges. It is indeed versatile. With fast and flat-shooting 140 and 150-grain bullets it’s a fantastic open-country cartridge for mule deer, sheep, and goat.

Who makes a 7mm?

Remington Arms Company
300 H&H Magnum and . 375 H&H Magnum cases, trimmed to nearly the same length as the . 270 Weatherby Magnum. On its introduction, the 7mm Remington Magnum substantially usurped the market share held by the ….

7mm Remington Magnum
Designer Remington Arms Company
Designed 1962
Manufacturer Remington
Produced 1962–Present

How much does a 7mm drop at 300 yards?

7mm Remington Magnum ~ 150 Grain ~ Trajectory Chart

Range (Yards) Velocity (Ft/Sec) Bullet Path (1 MoA)
200 2656.9 0.0
300 2494.9 -2.0
400 2338.6 -4.4
500 2187.1 -7.0

Is a 7mm the same as a 7 mag?

A ‘standard’ 7mm caliber is plenty for deer out to 200 yards. The 7mm mag gives you a lot more practical range out to 400+ yards if needed. The 7 mag also is more forgiving on shots from poor angles, with the right bullet you can penetrate stem to stern [not that I recommend that.]

What is a 7mm comparable to?

With comparable bullet weights, the 7mm Mag. will supersede the velocities of the . 30-06 Springfield; though the ’06 can use heavier bullets, the 7mm of equal weight will offer a better Sectional Density. 300 Mag. is a hard hitting and accurate cartridge, offering a 150 fps velocity increase over the .

How far does a 7mm shoot?

With the right ammo, the 0-1000 meter ballistics are VERY impressive and the 7mm is easily capable of 1000+ meter shooting, but it falls short of the . 300 in most regards while significantly outpacing the . 308 (Which really shouldn’t surprise anyone).

How far can you shoot a 7 mm?

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