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Does anyone still manufacture 375 Win?

Or is it a handload-only proposition?

Can't find any available on-line.

What about 38-55?

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Does anyone still manufacture 375 Win?

Or is it a handload-only proposition?

Can't find any available on-line.

What about 38-55?

Dave
Seasonal runs. Winchester says they are going to make it in 2014 but gave no timeline. They have some for sale on Gunbroker but its way more than I would pay for ammo.

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it don't cost a lot to start reloading. the best way is to buy used stuff on ebay, just compare the used prices to new then you want over pay. all you need to get started is a used press, used dies, a powder scale and i would get a hand priming tool. lee is cheap and good. you need one shell holder, one pound of powder, (i like RL7 in the 375), and one box of projectiles, one pack of primers, brass, and most important a good loading manual. at first i would not bother with trimming cases the 375 brass will not need trimming for 5 or 6 shots or so. if you have any questions there is a lot of people on here that can help, i might be of a little help, i have learned a little from my reloading mistakes in the last 47 years of doing it. start loading you will be glad you did!
 
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other than the fast sellers, a lot of calibers have become seasonal runs
 
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