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H&H’s Unique African Series

REGULAR MAGUM READERS may rec my 2-part article The .700 Nitro Express” which appeared in our November and December 2018 edit . It de ed American Bill stein’s conception of a new ultra-large bore cartridge in .700NE calibre and his long, arduous and costly mission to design and develop this unprecedented calibre and to persuade Holland & Holland of London to build him a Royal grade double rifle chambered for it. However, as is often the case in today’s magazine publishing world, there simply wasn’t space to tell the full story of how this historic event transpired. It actually stemmed from another of Bill’s projects – that of creating a matching set of four H&H double rifles. Here is their story.

Bill Feldstein, now more than eighty years young, has been a lifelong collector of British double rifles

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