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Hornady FPB Bullets


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350 Grain

15 Pack

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  • SKU: 1493745

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Not only is the new FPB® Bullets from Hornady® clean and convenient, it’s extremely accurate. Engineered and tested to work flawlessly in all 50 caliber muzzleloaders, FPB bullets features Hornady's Flex Tip® technology for a very streamlined and very durable meplat that maximizes exterior ballistics. The flexible elastomer tip compresses into the nose of the bullet upon impact at impact velocities from 800 to 2000+ fps for violent expansion and high transfer of energy to the target for clean kills.  Its copper jacket and specially engineered profile eliminate bullet/sabot fouling and the need for a plastic skirt. 50 caliber. 15 bullets a box.

  • High performance .50 caliber muzzleloader bullets
  • Flex Tip® technology - elastomer tip creates violent expansion and high transfer of energy
  • Copper jacket
  • Durable meplat - maximizes exterior ballistics
Hornady® FPB™ Bullets 3.8 5 25 25
Very difficult to load but deadly I switched from Powerbelt to this bullet because I lost the first elk that I ever shot. The Powerbelt didn't penetrate properly on a straight-on shot into the chest at very close range. I read that this bullet has excellent penetration and performance. I shoot a .50 Traditions LT and this bullet will not load properly. I have to pound it in until the rifling grooves the bullet. Even then it is a chore to properly seat the bullet. Last fall I took a shot on a nice bull at 75 yards. The bullet hit right behind the shoulder. It took out both lungs and ended up lodged in the hide on the other side. The bull was hit so hard that it couldn't run. It stumbled and fell within 10 yards. I will continue to use this bullet because I am impressed with the impact that I witnessed. Due to the loading problem I have to carry Powerbelts since they load so easily for a second shot. March 18, 2012
Great Big Game bullet for the muzzleloader I'm a big fan of Hornady bullets as a whole, but i found that saboted bullets were fairly inconsistent in my gun. I think the sabots were burning out trying to ride the rifling. I started shooting these with that in mind, and I'm glad I did. They simply devastate deer. I had the good fortune to hunt bison with black powder two years ago, and anchored a great bull. One shot with a 350 grain FPB and 100 grains of Triple 7 dropped him where he stood. I'm shocked at the reviews of others, but I can assure you, no other bullet will be put downrange from my muzzleloader. My experience showed me they'll work for anything that walks in North America. February 18, 2012
Needs work Easy to load if you carry a hammer. They ran .507-.508 and that's very tight in a .50cal (.500 bore) . I tried them in 3 different rifles a CVA, KNIGHT, AND T/C. A .501--.502 would be great. December 18, 2011
Great Groups They shoot great out of my T/C Omega. I was getting great groups at 100 yards. I sighted them in and the next day I got a 7 pt. with them. The flex tip stuck in the hide and the bullet hit dead center in the chest, bounced off bone, and slid down the shoulder. The shoulder was destroyed, but I wish it would have went straight through the chest instead of turning at the bone. The deer ran 400 yards and dropped. When we skinned it we saw where pieces of bone had splintered and punctured a lung and destroyed the liver. October 22, 2011
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The plastic skirt that is mentioned in the literature is referring to the plastic skirt used for PowerBelt bullets. PowerBelt uses them to supposedly get a tighter seal in the barrel. Hornady bullets don't need plastic skirts because they fit very, very tight. So tight that they might not fit in your gun without pounding them in. That's what I have to do with my bullets.
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