The EnABELR (Engineered by Applied Ballistics for Extreme Long Range) is the result of years of testing and competing with large caliber rounds. Developed by Mitch Fitzpatrick and Bryan Litz as a reliable performance, low maintenance, ‘shoot all day’ cartridge, the 375 EnABELR is magazine feed-able with the new Berger 379 gr and 407 gr Solid bullets which provide this moderate capacity round with highly effective performance, proven at ranges of 2+ miles.
In a 30” barrel, the EnABELR makes:
2800 fps with the Berger .375 cal 407 gr Solid, G7 BC of 0.507
2900 fps with the Berger .375 cal 379 gr Solid, G7 BC of 0.479
3200 fps with the Berger .338 cal 300 gr OTM, G7 BC of 0.418
These performance numbers were measured with Doppler radar. There are also Custom Drag Models (CDM’s) available for these bullets in the Applied Ballistics library to support highly accurate ELR fire solutions.
Note there are larger cartridges that make more velocity, but they’re also higher maintenance and less predictable. The EnABELR was developed to provide practical, long term, reliable performance for ELR applications for many shots, making your brass investment take you further across more rounds.
What we’ve learned competing in ELR matches in recent years is that the value in consistent and reliable performance is more important than the extra +100 fps of a higher maintenance cartridge. These lessons are incorporated in the EnABELR design.
ABWD is supporting the EnABELR cartridge by offering all associated components including: chamber reamers, Peterson Cartridge Company made brass, ABWD made reloading dies, and complete rifle system builds in both tactical and competition configurations which includes ammo loaded with Berger Solid Bullets.