Is 7mm Rem Mag flat shooting?

Is 7mm Rem Mag flat shooting?

Because of its flat shooting nature and the relatively tolerable recoil, the 7mm Remington Magnum is especially popular for big game hunting in Canada and in the United States, as well as for use on plains game in Africa.

How much kick does a 7mm Mag have?

This site lists the 7mm Rem Mag firing 150 grain projectiles in an 8.5 lb rifle producing 19.2 ft lbs of recoil, and the . 30-06 firing 150 grainers out of an 8lb rifle producing 17.6 ft lbs of recoil. Given similar rifles with good recoil pads, they’d probably feel about the same.

What is the farthest shot with a 7mm Rem Mag?

With the right ammo, the 0-1000 meter ballistics are VERY impressive and the 7mm is easily capable of 1000+ meter shooting, but it falls short of the . 300 in most regards while significantly outpacing the . 308 (Which really shouldn’t surprise anyone).

Does a 7mm Rem Mag kick hard?

Recoil is very manageable. With a brake on it, they don’t kick bad at all. A 30-06 kicks worse than any 7 mag I’ve ever shot. The 7 mag is capable of killing any animal in north America within the distances you’ve listed.

Is 7mm Rem Mag too big for deer?

The 7mm Mag is more than enough for deer with any bullet weighing 140 grains or larger.

Is 300 Mag better than 7mm?

300 Win Mag has a 5-8% advantage in capacity over the 7mm Rem Mag due to its shoulder placement and longer case length. As you’d expect from the fact that the two cartridges are very close in overall size, the ballistics of the 7mm Rem Mag and . 300 Win Mag are also pretty similar.

What kind of rifle is the Browning Safari?

This Belgian made Browning model “Safari” is a right-handed bolt action rifle in .30-06 with a 22″ barrel. It has a checkered grip walnut stock with a raised cheekpiece. Has a front bla …Click for more info

Is the Browning 7mm Remington Magnum still in good condition?

This is a Browning chambered in 7mm Remington Magnum. The wood on the firearm is in fair condition with scratching on the stock and forearm. The gloss on the wood is still in good condition. The metal …Click for more info

What kind of action does the new Browning rifle have?

An Olympian Grade rifle is shown with a hand-carved and checkered stock. The new Browning rifle was built on the same Mauser ’98 action as the previosuly described FN rifles, though there were a few notable changes. For example, the bolt stop was smaller and had an external spring, but it was still robust.

What was the price of a Browning FN?

During the FN era, the guns were available in calibers from .222 to .458, the aforementioned three grades, long- and short-extractor actions, standard or optional medium-weight barrels, and God knows what else. The price in 1960 for a Safari Grade High Power was $200 or thereabouts, which was a lot of money back then.