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.375 Raptor 400 gr. Subsonic Maker REX (New packaged 50 rnds./box)


This ammuntion is packaged and sold as boxes of 50 centerfire cartridges that are all brass casings.

These 400 gr. .375 Raptor subsonic cartridges feature the REX projectile made by Maker Bullets. Their attention to science and precision is unmatched and it definitely shows in the ballistics. These projectiles are top choice for subsonic hunting and defense by professionals all over. They perform best in firearms with barrels that are 18" or less. The casings are formed from new, never fired Lake City 7.62 or .308 Win. casings.

The projectiles are CNC machined and engineered to perform beautifully upon impact with flesh. Their design causes devastating temporary and permanent cavitation making them top choice for hunting and defense by professionals all over.

This cartridge is a "wildcat cartridge" and as such it will NOT be designated with the proper headstamp. Because of this the terms of sale for this product are that TNT Munitions will NOT be responsible for any misuse of this product such as discharging in the wrongly chambered firearm.

  • Caliber: .375 Raptor
  • Condition: new
  • Package count: 50 cartridges
  • Muzzle velocity: 1060 fps
  • Muzzle energy: 999 ft lbs
  • Muzzle velocity: 1060
  • Barrel length tested: 16"
Rated 5/5 by 1 review
$165.00 per box
$1,625.00 for at least 10 boxes
$3,200.00 for at least 20 boxes

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Reviewed by Jclax
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(Posted 2/5/2022)
"Groups well @ 100yrds when sighted. Shoots about 2” below the 190 grain at 100yrds. Nice to know I’m still in the kill zone without changing my zero. I haven’t shot it suppressed yet."