H My 375 build is done and I finally had a chance to finish up load development. I am happy to say that this rifle ranks as one of the most accurate rifles I’ve had the privilege to shoot. I started this project after competing with my 28 Nosler Long Range Handgun in the 2018 National Match NRA 1 mile shoot in Indiana held at Camp Atterbury. I finished 17 out of 36 in the competition and received membership in the NRA One Mile Club. To the best of my knowledge I am the only individual ever to receive this award using a Long Range Handgun in an NRA/ELR rifle match. Towards the end of the match I was informed that I would not be able to compete using my Long Range Handgun next year due to current rules that stipulate all weapons must be shoulder fired. After receiving that news I decided to build a 375 Cheytac rifle that complies with NRA rules for next year‘s competition. The build and ammo components are as follows; Accurate Rifle Systems Chassis, Tac 408 Action, TriggerTech Diamond trigger, 38in 1-7 twist K&P Barrel, T5 Terminator brake, Henry Rempel Bipod, Stephen Ivey 175MOA Adjustable Mount, Night Force 15-55 competition, Peterson Brass, Retumbo Powder, Lehigh Defense 353gr Match Solid Bullets, When you take a quality build with quality handloads using the best projectiles available (Lehigh Defense) the results are amazing as you can see in the photos above.