Hopkins. Many shooters wanted short magnum-type cases in .35 and .375 caliber that would work through standard actions. To meet the demand, we now have the .35 O.K.H. and the .375 O.K.H., both made on the .333 O.K.H. short belted case. Of the three loads, I would prefer the .333 O.K.H. belted with its much greater sectional density; but other shooters have different ideas and want the .35 or .375 caliber. All three cartridges will handle both 250 and 300 grain bullets, and the case will hold around 65 grains of powder maximum. They are ideal big loads for an all-around American rifle for everything from deer to Kodiak bear.
The new Winchester .338 is practically a duplicate of our old .333 O.K.H. Belted in
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