Product overview on 375 ruger ammo:
The 375 ruger ammo (9.5×65.5mm) is a rimless, standard-length rifle cartridge designed for the hunting of large dangerous game. It is designed to provide an increase in performance over the .375 H&H cartridge, yet to be chambered in a standard length action rifle. The cartridge was designed in partnership, by Hornady and Ruger. In 2007, it was released commercially and chambered in the Ruger Hawkeye African and the Ruger Hawkeye Alaskan rifles
Brief history of 375 ruger ammo
The 375 ruger ammo for sale was developed to compete with the.375 H&H Magnum, and like the.376 Steyr (derived from the 9.364mm Brenneke) and the.375 Dakota proprietary cartridge (derived from the.404 Jeffery), it has a rimless, beltless case and can be fired via a standard-length bolt-action rifle.
Cartridge cases for the.375 ruger ammo were developed jointly by Hornady and Ruger. The case is rimless, with a base and rim diameter of.532 in (13.5 mm)—the same as the belt on belted magnum cases based on the.300 H&H Magnum and the.375 H&H Magnum. Given cases of identical length, this permits the cartridge to have a higher case capacity than a belted magnum case.
The cartridge was designed to fit into normal length bolt-action rifles, but Ruger maintained the case length to 2.580 in (65.5 mm), just.04 in (1.0 mm) longer than the.270 Winchester case. Cartridges of standard length, such as the.338 Winchester Magnum and the.30-06 Springfield, has a maximum overall length of 3.340 in (84.8 mm). In contrast to the Remington Ultra Magnum, the Ruger Magnum can be used in bolt-action rifles of a more conventional length. Ruger was able to adapt the M77 rifle to use the cartridge, meaning they didn’t have to produce a new M77 Safari Magnum Rifle.
Although the.375 H&H Magnum is longer, and the .375 ruger ammo has a larger case capacity by 4%, holding 99 gr. of water (6.42 cm3) as opposed to the H&H’s 95 gr. Since the.375 H&H Magnum has a long, tapered body, the.375 Ruger, which is more in line with contemporary cartridge designs, has a shorter, less tapered body with a sharper shoulder.
Hornady Dangerous Game Superformance 375 ruger ammo 270 Grain Spire Point Recoil Proof
Superformance ammunition is loaded with proprietary propellants that increase the velocity ratings up to 200 feet per second compared to other popular brands. Because there is no increase in pressure, regardless of the caliber, there is no increase in felt recoil but there IS an increase in efficiency and high speed performance. From sub-zero arctic temperatures to almost unbearable desert heat, Superformance ammunition can withstand any hunting habitat.
The Spire Point – Recoil Proof bullet is simply Hornady’s InterLock Spire Point bullet with the unique ring that ensure the core and jacket remain locked together during expansion. The InterLock retains more mass, energy and momentum after impact and transfers that energy to the target. The exposed lead tip is flush with the jacket. The fact that it’s Recoil Proof helps large calibers and also assists with premature mushrooming.
Made In United States of America
Specifications on .375 ruger ammo
Product Information 375 ruger ammo
|Grain Weight||270 Grains|
|Muzzle Velocity||2840 Feet Per Second|
|Muzzle Energy||4835 Foot Pounds|
|Bullet Style||Jacketed Soft Point|
|Bullet Brand And Model||Hornady Interlock|
|G1 Ballistic Coefficient||0.38|
|Test Barrel Length||24 Inches|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
|Shipping Weight||1.920 Pounds|
What is the price of the 375 ruger ammo
The 375 ruger ammo sells at Ammo Marsh at $80 per box of 20
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