The Sellier and Bellot 7mm Remington Magnum cartridges are topped with a 140-grain bullet that is encased by a copper jacket, an exposed lead soft pointed tip, and features a solid lead core within. These rounds are of the SP or Soft Point type and are loaded into new, high polished, thick-walled, heavy-duty, reloadable, non-corrosive Boxer-primed, yellow brass cases. They have an impressive muzzle velocity of 2817-feet per second, and an extremely hard-hitting 2450-ft pounds of muzzle energy capable of taking down almost any North American game animal you may want to hunt. These loads come in a box of 20 rounds and they are perfectly suited for shooting at the range, testing a new 7mm Remington Magnum long range rifle build, or taking a day to go out and so some shooting with the family. Get yourself a couple boxes for your safe now.
The 7mm Remington Magnum round is primarily meant for hunting large game animals and offers ballistics that are superior to the 30.06 Springfield. Designed in 1962, the 7mm Remington Magnum has been a popular caliber with hunter for years now. Its parent case, the .375 H&H Magnum is an ideal example of a round that is great for big game hunting as well. It’s extremely flat shooting and has a decent amount of recoil that is not too hard on the majority of shooters. The recoil doesn't hit too hard or throw you off of your follow up shot. It is not a heavy rifle either depending on the build and where you plan to use it. Many shooters throughout the USA have discovered the characteristics of this amazing round, and you can too.
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