What is the range of a 7mm Mauser?
All these different variants of 7mm Mauser ammo have a relatively flat trajectory (more or less comparable to the . 308 Winchester or . 30-06 Springfield), making them suitable for shots out to 300-400 yards or so (perhaps further) in the right hands.
Is a 7mm Mauser a good deer rifle?
The 7mm Mauser is a fine deer cartridge. Just as fine as any other cartridge in roughly the same velocity and bullet weight class as long as one important criteria is met: You have to hit the critter in the right spot. You have to hit the deer, elk, elephant, T-Rex, etc, in the vitals with your shot.
What is the 7×57 caliber?
|7.25 mm (0.285 in)
|8.25 mm (0.325 in)
|10.92 mm (0.430 in)
What caliber rifle has killed the most deer?
30-30 Winchester has felled more whitetails than any other cartridge.
How far will 7mm shoot?
With the right ammo, the 0-1000 meter ballistics are VERY impressive and the 7mm is easily capable of 1000+ meter shooting, but it falls short of the . 300 in most regards while significantly outpacing the . 308 (Which really shouldn’t surprise anyone).
What caliber does a Mauser shoot?
|7.92×57mm Mauser, 8×57mm (IS or Mauser)
|Place of origin
Who made the 7mm Mauser?
Peter Paul Mauser
Developed by Peter Paul Mauser in 1892, the 7mm Mauser is the oldest cartridge still in common use that was developed for smokeless powder. In 1893 the cartridge and its Mauser rifle were adopted by the Spanish military, with several European and Latin American countries following.