.375 Blaser Magnum by Norma, 300gr. ORYX, One Cartridge not a Box!
Please Note: in the picture on the left,on the the right side: 375 Blaser Magnum (Left) vs. (Right) 30-30 Winchester for size comparison.
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only!
For more information please see below.
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Please Note: in the above picture on the right side: 375 Blaser Magnum (Left) vs. 30-30 Winchester (Right) for size comparison.
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only.
One Cartridge not a Box: 375 Blaser Magnum by norma, using older “NEW’ ammunition. Factory loaded using (then) new norma brass cases with a “norma 375 Blaser Mag” Head-Stamp and loaded with a 300 grain norma ORYX or JSP (Jacketed Soft Point) projectile.
History of the 375 Blaser cartridges:
The .375 Blaser Magnum was designed by Blaser Hunting Weapons and Norma Ammunition and introduced in 2010.
The cartridge develops a chamber pressure of almost 70,000 foot pounds per square inch, pushing a 300 grain projectile out the barrel at close to 2,700 feet per second with 4,800 foot pounds per square inch, more then enough for hunting dangerous game.
Norma is the only producer of factory ammunition in .375 Blaser Magnum as far as I know.(?)
It is about the same size as a 375 Dakota cartridge, however, over a 1/2″ longer.
Very limited ammunition on this caliber in the USA