7mm Weatherby Magnum

7mm Weatherby Magnum

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Introduced nearly 20 years before the popular 7mm Remington Magnum, the Weatherby version gives non-handloaders handloaded 7mm magnum performance.
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Introduced nearly 20 years before the popular 7mm Remington Magnum, the Weatherby version gives non-handloaders handloaded 7mm magnum performance. Delivers 400 fps more velocity than the 7mm Mauser. Ballistically similar to the .270 Weatherby Magnum with a larger selection of bullet weights, this cartridge is well-suited for any North American game as well as thin-skinned African game.

BALLISTICS


Velocity

Bullet TypeBallistic Coefficient@ Muzzle100 Yards200 Yards300 Yards400 Yards500 Yards
120 Grain TTSX 0.373 3430 3148 2884 2635 2399 2176
140 Grain TTSX 0.394 3250 3039 2837 2645 2460 2283
150 Grain Ballistic Tip 0.493 3300 3093 2896 2708 2527 2353
154 Grain Spire Point 0.433 3260 3028 2807 2597 2397 2206
160 Grain Partition 0.475 3200 2991 2791 2600 2417 2241
175 Grain Spire Point 0.462 3070 2861 2662 2471 2288 2113

Energy

Bullet TypeBallistic Coefficient@ Muzzle100 Yards200 Yards300 Yards400 Yards500 Yards
120 Grain TTSX 0.373 3136 2641 2216 1850 1534 1262
140 Grain TTSX 0.394 3284 2871 2503 2175 1882 1621
150 Grain Ballistic Tip 0.493 3627 3187 2793 2442 2127 1844
154 Grain Spire Point 0.433 3634 3134 2694 2307 1964 1663
160 Grain Partition 0.475 3638 3177 2767 2401 2075 1784
175 Grain Spire Point 0.462 3662 3181 2753 2373 2034 1735

Trajectory

Bullet TypeBallistic Coefficient100 Yards200 Yards300 Yards400 Yards500 Yards
120 Grain TTSX 0.373 2.7 3.4 0.0 -8.5 -23.0
140 Grain TTSX 0.394 3.0 3.6 0.0 -8.6 -23.0
150 Grain Ballistic Tip 0.493 2.8 3.5 0.0 -8.2 -21.8
154 Grain Spire Point 0.433 3.0 3.7 0.0 -8.8 -23.8
160 Grain Partition 0.475 3.1 3.8 0.0 -8.9 -23.8
175 Grain Spire Point 0.462 3.5 4.2 0.0 -9.9 -26.5

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  1. Best I have ever used.

    By Grizzly Mike September 15, 2015

    The 7 mm Weatherby mag is my favorite for two reasons. First is the recoil, 25.9 Ft-Lbs. Vs. 50+ Ft-Lbs. for the .300 Weatherby Mag. When you know 50 Ft-Lbs. is coming at you, just try to keep your eye open to shoot through the shot. Second is the ballistics. If you compare the 7 mm Mag vs. the .300 Mag they are almost identical out to 300 Yards. Even out to 400 yards the 300 has only a small advantage. How often are you going to take a 400 + yard shot. MY .300 hangs on the wall and my 7MM kills anything that gets in the way. I live in Alaska and use it for Grizzly, Moose, and Black bear. The 7 MM shoots so flat I never bother with scope elevation adjustments. +3.5 " @ 200yards and 0 @ 300yards. Try to find a used one on the internet, you can't give a .300 Mag, away and you can't find a 7MM Mag for sale.

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