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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|
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)|
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).