7mm Rem Mag Ammo
7mm Remington Magnum ammunition is a derivative of the .375 H&H Magnum well-suited to hunting North American game. Compared to its parent, the 7mm Rem Mag is less powerful, but also produces lower felt recoil and has a shorter case length, allowing it to fit into "standard length" actions. It was introduced in 1962 for the legendary Remington 700 bolt-action and ranks among the top-selling magnum rifle cartridges in the world due to its versatility.
7mm Rem Mag loads typically fire a medium weight 140-175 grain bullet at a muzzle velocity of around 2,800 to 3,100 feet per second. Note that a long rifle barrel (at least 24 inches) is crucial to harnessing the full velocity potential of this caliber.
Available loads for this cartridge reflect its frequent use for hunting. Most manufacturers produce both an economical soft point load and a premium polymer-tipped load. Hornady, Remington, Fusion, Winchester, Sellier & Bellot, and Nosler are all solid choices.
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