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    Any 375 H&H shooters out there

    260-grain accubond at 2700 FPS makes for a great do it all load.
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    Thanks. I have been shooting 300 gr. Hornady SP and Speer 285 Grand Slams for years, but will give the Accubonds a try.
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    I bet that is a good load.

    I have have good success with the 250gr. Swift A-Frame too. Group well with my 375.. I've only shot Sitka Blacktail with them on Kodiak Island but they gave me confidence if I bumped into a brown bear.

    sawfish, those 285 grand slams are awesome too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKaviator View Post
    I bet that is a good load.

    I have have good success with the 250gr. Swift A-Frame too. Group well with my 375.. I've only shot Sitka Blacktail with them on Kodiak Island but they gave me confidence if I bumped into a brown bear.

    sawfish, those 285 grand slams are awesome too!

    Would love to do a sitka blacktail hunt in the near future, have though the .375 might be ideal for that situation, or perhaps the .300wsm, but I hear about guys using 270 etc... not sure I want to with a smaller caliber with the possibility of big bears.

    From the looks of things the 270grs loads seemed to be a great do all, and the 300grs when needed, say cape buffalo etc... not sure they're needed for brown bears?

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    I have hunted Kodiak a lot over the years and killed lots of Blacktails. 95 percent of the time a .270 would have been perfect, though I never used one. I occasionally used my .300 Weatherby which seemed a little light once and made me wish I had my .375.

    I will say, other than a few I took with a bow, I killed most of the Blacktail with my .375H&H and bullets from 235 to 270 grain and they all worked fine if you hit them just right! I used to shoot a 8X68s and killed several with it too.

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    I tried the 260 accubonds, they shot OK. But mine likes 235 gr. Barnes X BT's. Unfortunately, Barnes quit making them, now they're Flat base. My .375 shoots both the 235's & the 270 gr. Barnes equally well. The .235's perform the best on elk.

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    I will have to take a look at those Barnes 235's. I don't shoot far enough to worry about flatbase vs bt.
    I have not shot anything except the accubonds and 250 gr Sierra's in mine. If the Barnes don't shoot that well in mine, I could give them a try in JDJ, I have been looking for a replacement bullet for 225 grn Honrnaday's.
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    I want to shoot (Sitka) with my pistol, so I will have to carry a decent size bear rouster in case of unfriendlies,
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    What caliber of pistol are you planning on using?

    A .44 mag is quite capable of dropping a bear if you are in a tight spot. Other than that I would pack a 12 ga loaded with slugs if you are worried about bears.
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    Sorry for the late reply. Probably 454 Casull or 480 Ruger. Leaning toward the latter.Click image for larger version. 

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