If there was a gun that was made to take down some of the most dangerous animals on the planet, it would be the Caprivi 375 H&H Magnum. Before we get to the video, let’s take a look at this beautiful rifle.
This Kimber Caprivi .375 H&H was created for hunting the world’s most dangerous game. It features an AA-grade French walnut stock with a hand-cut 24 lines-per-inch checkering pattern, an ebony forend tip, a pancake cheek piece, a full-length Mauser claw, a barrel band sling swivel stud, glass and pillar bedding as well as double cross bolts for added strength, and express sights with one standing leaf regulated for 50 yards and 2 additional folders left green.
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Here are the specifications:
Like I said earlier, if there was a rifle made specifically to take-down large and dangerous game, it would be this one. Now, just so that you can see for yourself how this rifles shoots, feel free to enjoy the video.
Ron Spomer had this to say about his video:
One shot, one hippo. Just back from Africa, Ron Spomer reviews in detail the Kimber “Caprivi” 375 H&H rifle he used to take hippo and crocodile. In addition to safari hunting scenes, this video shows highlights the features and function of this classic, American-made, dangerous game, bolt-action rifle also chambered in .416 Rem. Mag. and .458 Lott.