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7x61mm Sharpe & Hart

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  1. Magnum belted cartridge was developed by Philip B. Sharpe and Richard Hart in the 1950s and based on the .300 H&H Magnum case

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  2. 7mm S&H Super

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  3. In 1953 Sharpe travelled to Scandinavia and the outcome of this trip was that Schultz & Larsen of Denmark chambered the cartridge in their bolt action rifles while Norma started to manufacture commercial ammunition according to the disigners specific

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  4. But today the cartridge is a handloader's perspective

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  5. However they have a variety of bullets to choose from, and Hornady lists load data for the cartridge

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