Hi, Is there anyone here who has experience with Norma African PH ammo. My question actually is - I own a L61R Finbear in .375H&H. It was the first rifle that I bought. This was wayback in 1991. The rifle belonged to my grand father, who bought it new, and never actually shot with it. When he bought it, he bought a packet of ammo with it, and from that packet were 6 rounds missing, so one can say I basically bought a new second hand rifle! I have used it a lot more, and I mean a lot more! I generally shoot 270gr and 300gr. I don't reload myself, and to date I have not had any problems with groupings or miss fires as I use only top brands and premium class ammo. I now have the opportunity to go and hunt a Cape Buffolo, something I am looking forward to. I am looking at ammo for this hunt, and as I am sure that a 300gr will do the job just fine, I am contemplating to go with a 350gr solid. Norma African PH makes a .375 round with a 350gr Woodleigh solid. My question is, will my rifle be able to handle that extra power. I know Sako is a very good designed weapon, and when it was new I would not have thought about it to load the round and pull that trigger. But the rifle is not "todays child" anymore, and eventhough the bolt and receiver still feels solid after these years, one does have to think about the little extra pressure that comes with that round. Is there maybe someone on the forum that have some input to help me decide as what to do.