PowerBelt® HollowPoint Copper-Plated or Lead Bullets
These advanced muzzleloading projectiles have all the benefits of saboted bullets and none of the problems. Snap-on base creates a perfect gas seal for consistent pressures, providing better accuracy. The hollow point provides unsurpassed penetration and expansion. PowerBelt™ bullets are full-caliber sized, easy to load, and do not require cleaning after each shot. 20 pack.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by texashunter46 power belts i bought the 295 gr hollow points cause i don't like a plastic points, I shoot a CVA Wolf comboed with pyrodex pellets i shoot 100 grains, i was impressed with the accuracy of this ammo and finnally decided to try them out after shooting about 100 rounds at the range with 1 in groups at 50 yrds and just over 1 in groups and 130 yrds. i shot a 150 lb pig at 40 yrds and he only ran 80 yrds, with a good blood trail, then opening weekend i shot 2 bucks on on saturday a 3 point at 32 yrds and he dropped in his tracks and out of a 295 gr hollow point the remaining bullet i found on the opposite side had a good mushroom and only weighed 158 grains. the second buck was a 9 point and shot him at 49 yrds and he dropped in his tracks.did not recover the bullet but massive damage internally on both animals. i called CVA on monday and asked them about the bullet retention and they told me with the hollow points you most likely not get a pass through due to the fact they are designed for massive internal damage. i am very impressed with this bullet and will continue to use these , they are easy to load and does not fowl the barrel even after 5 rounds i can still push the round down the barrel with out a ball starter and goes down smooth with the ramrod. it took me about 4 yrs to start using these but now i am a faithfull user. January 21, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ammoguy Powerbelt 295 Grain HP I shoot a CVA Accura muzzloader with 150 grains of powder. Long story shot. Big doe 30 yards hit at point of shoulder. No pass through. Bullet fragmented. Blood trail turned to just drops in 50 yards. Recovered deer at 80 yards. Internal damage was incredible, lungs turned to jelly. I was lucky she dropped so quickly or recover might have been in doubt. Accuracy of these bullets are great and they are easy to load but that is about it IMO. I retrieved copper jacket on opposite shoulder, just under hide. But lead bullet was gone. Saw telltale fragments. I am leery of these bullets. Would not recommend these bullets in heavy cover due to poor blood trails. I have killed 4 deer with these bullets to date and not very happy with performance. Recovery was very difficult on two of them. Lucky I and my hunting buddies are good trackers, a novice would have probably lost 2-3 of these deer. I will be researching a replacement bullet. November 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by SkeeterZX200 JUNK!!!!! These bullets are JUNK!!!!! If you could give a product 0 stars than that’s what I would have done. I shot a deer at 70 yards broad side when I got down went to where the deer was standing and found 1 small drop of blood about the size of a pencil eraser, found the next drop about 10 yards away and there was a little more, the deer ended up running about 150 yards before I finally found him when I went to skin him out the bullet fell out the other side when I pulled the hide over the rib area, inspected the bullet and there was very little mushrooming, shooting 100 grains of powder at 70 yards this should have been an easy pass through, for me I could buy a better bullet or risk losing deer, I chose the better bullet November 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doublebanded Accurate! This bullet is Accurate. I have shot over fifty of these out of my CVA. Always right on the money. This bullet has good knock down power as well. October 29, 2012
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A:The amount of powder that you use is based on 2 things, You and the most the gun is rated for, most guns will shoot up to 150 grains but I don't recommend going below 80 grains for whitetail deer hunting, I personally shoot 100 grains of loose powder
A:Generally speaking, if your gun will safely load say, 100 grains of black powder, you can safely load 115 grains of Pyrodex powder.
Check with the manufacturer to find the max. loads for your piece before you start shooting.
A standard hunting load for deer should be at least 80 to 90 grains of powder, some guns can accept up to 150 grains.
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