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Found this one up for sale in the local thrifty nickle for $500. I think I got a good deal. I was just out shooting it with some Lyman 264 GN GC and shoots great.
 

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Great find and congrats on your purchase. I love that same projectile over 10 grains of Unique as the blasting load in my M375.
 

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Very nice looking 375. I just bought one at a gun show. I need to buy the dies & components to reload for it. I don't have any real use for it but I just couldn't resist buying it, it's the first one I ever saw. Maybe i'll take up moose hunting.
 

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When you start shooting em, you'll know why you needed one. ;) DP
 

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dpe.ahoy said:
When you start shooting em, you'll know why you needed one. ;) DP
Exactly. I found mine languishing in a local gun shop, lost and unloved among the racks of bolt guns. I inspected it, decided it was in good shape, but passed on it because I already had a 35 Remington. I woke up the next day thinking about it, and the rest is history. I don't hunt, I didn't need it, but owning it somehow still brings me great joy. It's a hoot to shoot, handsome, accurate, and somewhat unique. My gun pusher has been in the business for several decades, and had never seen one before I showed it to him. I'll never turn it loose, and it might be enough to get me motivated to go hunting again. I hear there's a lot of pigs that need killing..............and I cook a mean pork steak! ;)
 

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One of these days PapaJ...we gotta hook up to use them 375's in ventilating some bacon ;) My older 375 and my 41mag have already had that distinction but are always asking for more
 
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