416 Remington Magnum

The 416 Remington Magnum was introduced by Remington in 1988. The round is based on their 8mm Remington Magnum case, which is basically an improved and modified 375 H & H Magnum case. The 416 Remington gives you the same power and performance of the 416 Rigby in a standard belted magnum case. The 416 Remington does this by operating at a much higher pressure than the Rigby.

Reduced Velocity Loads
Speer 350 grain Mag Tip$80.99/box
Barnes 350 grain TSX flat base$91.99/box
Hornady 400 grain round nose$81.99/box
Nosler 400 grain Partition$92.99/box
Barnes 400 grain TSX flat base$92.99/box

Medium Velocity Loads
Speer 350 grain Mag Tip$82.99/box
Barnes 350 grain TSX flat base$93.99/box


Load Performance Analogies

    Reduced Velocity Loads

  • 350 and 400 grain bullet loads provide about the same level of power and performance as modern handloads for a strong 45-70 action such as a Ruger No. 1.

    Medium Velocity Loads

  • Our 350 grain medium velocity load is generating over 4400 ft.lbs. of energy. We are basically driving a 350 grain bullet at the same velocity achieved by factory loads with 400 grain bullets. Again, this is middle of the road performance for a 416 Remington with 350 grain bullets.