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376 Steyr Ammo
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The .376 Steyr cartridge is a rifle cartridge jointly developed by Hornady and Steyr for use in the Steyr Scout rifle. It grows as an evolution of Jeff Cooper'sCooper's "Super Scout" medium rifle concept, which was, in turn, an extension of his original scout rifle concept.
Cooper used a version of Steyr'sSteyr's Scout rifle chambered in .350 Remington Magnum to hunt large and dangerous game, initially calling it a "Super Scout." The .376 Steyr is the most significant practical cartridge for use in such a short, lightweight weapon as the Scout.
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- Type Rifle / Hunting
- Place of origin Austria / USA
- Production history
- Designer Steyr / Hornady
- Designed 1999
- Manufacturer Steyr
- Parent case 9.3×64mm Brenneke
- Case type Rebated, bottleneck
- Bullet diameter .375 in (9.5 mm)
- Neck diameter .3980 in (10.11 mm)
- Shoulder diameter .4732 in (12.02 mm)
- Base diameter .5010 in (12.73 mm)
- Rim diameter .4940 in (12.55 mm)
- Rim thickness .0500 in (1.27 mm)
- Case length 2.3500 in (59.69 mm)
- Primer type Large rifle
|210 gr (14 g) XFB||3,011 ft/s (918 m/s) 4,229||ft⋅lbf (5,734 J)|
|225 gr (15 g) SP||2,910 ft/s (890 m/s) 4,232||ft⋅lbf (5,738 J)|
|250 gr (16 g) SP||2,754 ft/s (839 m/s) 4,211||ft⋅lbf (5,709 J)|
|270 gr (17 g) SP||2,610 ft/s (800 m/s) 4,085||ft⋅lbf (5,539 J)|
|300 gr (19 g) SP||2,388 ft/s (728 m/s) 3,800||ft⋅lbf (5,200 J)|