375 H&H Magnum Unprimed Brass
The .375 Holland and Holland is a medium-bore rifle cartridge. It was the second cartridge to ever have a belt. It was introduced in 1912 by the British company Holland & Holland. With lighter bullets, the .375 H&H is a flat-shooting, medium-range cartridge ideal for use on light to medium game. With heavy bullets, it has the stopping power necessary for large, thick-skinned dangerous game. The .375 H&H has become a preference as an all-round cartridge by African game guides, professional hunters, and dangerous game hunters. It has also become popular by Alaskan game guides for brown bear and polar bear. Even though powerful some suggest it may fall a little short for killing elephant, rhinoceros, and buffalo.