I sold my Savage .375 H&H. I am a Remington fan, and I just couldn't warm up to the feel of the Savage. I have a Remington magnum action on the way and plan to build another lightweight .375.
I initially thought I would build another H&H, but I am starting to wonder if there would be a better way to go, concerning the chambering. The finished rifle will have a 20-21" barrel and have the lightest contour I can get away with.
I have a bunch of .375 H&H brass, so that would be an easy chambering decision....as would an AI or Wby version of the case. There's a bit of a buzz, lately, surrounding the .375 Ruger. I'd have to replace my brass, but I don't think I'll have trouble pedaling my stash of H&H cases.
If you were building from scratch, which .375 chambering would you choose?