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  1. The 9.3×62mm (also known as 9.3×62mm Mauser) is a rimless, bottlenecked rifle cartridge designed in 1905 by German gunmaker Otto Bock. It is suitable for hunting medium to large game animals in Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America.

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  2. Aug 31, 2021 · As I noted in my video presentation on the 9.3x62, it proved so effective that it was grandfathered in when several African countries established minimum power levels at 375 H&H for dangerous game sporting rifles.

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  4. Jan 4, 2011 · Metric cartridges above 7mm in caliber are not likely to become as popular among American hunters as they are in other countries, but the 9.3x62mm Mauser is beginning to catch on a bit; rifles and loaded ammunition — along with plenty of bullets and load data — are now available.

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  5. Feb 9, 2018 · The 9.3mm bore diameter translates to 0.366-inch, placing this cartridge neatly between the American .35s and the revered .375; which isn’t a bad place to be at all. The traditional loads for the 9.3s are built around 232- and 286-grain bullets, though modern offerings extend the weight up to 300 grains.

  6. The exact bullet diameters are 9.3mm or .366” versus 9.09mm or .358”. The .375 caliber is only a touch wider than the 9.3 bore at 9.5mm. The 9.3x62 has its shoulder 2mm (80 thou) further forwards than standard .30-06 length cartridges and is therefore more similar in capacity to the .35 Whelen AI than the standard .35 Whelen.

  7. Mar 14, 2023 · The 9.3x62mm can effectively use bullets weighing between 230 and 300 grains, at reasonable velocities, in a package which is surprisingly easy on the shoulder. The most common loads use the 286-grain bullets, at a muzzle velocity of 2350 to 2360 fps, for just over 3,500 ft.-lbs. of muzzle energy.

  8. 9.3×62 Ballistics. The classic 9.3x62mm Mauser factory load fires a 286 grain bullet at 2,350fps for just over 3,500 ft-lbs of energy. This is the most popular 9.3×62 load and is perfect for hunting virtually any species of game in Africa.

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