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Scroll down to see our selection of 375 Caliber Rifle Bullets

For best results, your cast bullet selection (bullet style, alloy, lube type, GC or plain base) should be matched with your intended application (velocity, type of firearm, powder type, target shooting or hunting, etc.).

No one can tell you which bullet your particular gun will like, not even us. You'll have to try some different ones and experiment. But to get you started in the right direction, we've provided some general rules on how to select a rifle bullet on the Rifle Bullets page.

More bullets of this caliber can be found on the Big Bore Bullets page - 38-55 caliber.

Caliber

Mould Make (Number)

Weight
(BHN)

Diameter
Range

Bullet Style (Alloy)

Nose to Crimp Groove Length
(Metplat)

Price/100 (Lubed/sized)

LBT
(N/A)

300
(22)

.375 - .377

Long Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(L)

0.390

30.55

LBT
(N/A)

300
(22)

.375 - .377

Long Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(HT)

0.390

29.25

Saeco
(373)

265
(22)

.375 - .376

Flat Point - Gas Checked
(L)

0.420

29.45

Saeco
(373)

265
(22)

.375 - .376

Flat Point - Gas Checked
(HT)

0.420

28.15

Lyman
(375449)

264
(22)

.375 - .379

Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(L)

0.435

29.45

Lyman
(375449)

264
(22)

.375 - .379

Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(HT)

0.435

28.15

RCBS
(82029)

250
(22)

.375 - .378

Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(L)

0.375

28.40

RCBS
(82029)

250
(22)

.375 - .378

Flat Nose - Gas Checked
(HT)

0.375

27.10

(HT) = Heat Treated alloy                 Order Now!
(L) = Linotype
Note: All rifle bullets can be supplied sized within the diameter range noted for each bullet and lubed for smokeless or black powder.

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