Exclusive jacket design delivers devastating on-game performance for medium to big game at extended ranges
– Concentric blackened jacket ensures reliable explosive expansion
– Translucent yellow tip increases ballistic coefficient, improves terminal performance, and aids in consistent reliable chambering
– Enhanced boat tail design provides superior flight characteristics over a wide range of velocities
– Nickel plated cases to aid in extraction while providing significant anti-corrosion qualities
– Custom formulated and precision loaded powders deliver consistent velocities regardless of atmospheric conditions
– Industry-leading primers are matched to proprietary powder blends to ensure dependable ignition
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7mm mag fundamentals
In 1962, the 7mm magnum bullet was introduced alongside the Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle. The 7mm Mag, based on the then-popular.264 Winchester Magnum, offered superior cartridge extraction, causing it to displace the.264 Winchester Magnum’s market position. Its belting construction enabled more reliable extraction and reduced the possibility of catastrophic failure when fired. This is especially important while hunting dangerous game that may require a quick follow-up shot.
The 7mm mag is popular for hunting in the plains of the United States and Africa, where greater range is frequently necessary. Against medium game, the ammunition is extremely effective and adaptable. The cartridge belt has some detractors, particularly hand loaders, but it does help thicken the primer pocket area to maximize case life. The cartridges are also used by the Secret Service in metropolitan areas for counter-sniper operations.
The.375 H&H Magnum was the 7mm caliber’s parent case. The case accounts for 2.5 inches of the cartridge’s total length of 3.29 inches. The rifling twist ratios range from 1:9 to 1:10. The primer is a big rifle magnum type. The bullet has a diameter of.284 inches (7.2 mm). The base diameter is.512 inches and the rim diameter is.532 inches. 7mm mag ammunition is available in a variety of weights and fires at speeds ranging from 2,860 to 3,500 feet per second. The maximum pressure was specified by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute at 61,000 Psi or 52,000 CUP.
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