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PowerBelt HollowPoint Copper-Plated or Lead Bullets

   

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295 Grain

20 Pack

  • $22.99

  • SKU: 822488

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245 Grain

20 Pack

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These advanced muzzleloading PowerBelt® HollowPoint 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 61 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by great product This is a great product for whitetail deer shoot a big doe this year with cva magnum buckhorn muzzle loader at 50 yard with 100 grains of powder October 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Product These are a great product, well worth the money. Every deer I have killed with these have resulted in a clean lung shot and an obliterated shoulder on the other side. The farthest I've had a deer run after being shot by one of these is 25 yards, the majority of which was sliding down a hill. I shoot the 295 grain model with a Traditions Vortek using 100 grains. October 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reliable, and deadly Like anything else, if you do your part they will do theirs. Put one of these Power Belts in the right place in a deer, and you will get reliable penetration and expansion. They do not over penetrate on deer size game with 2 pellets of Triple 7. Need more penetration, use 3 pellets. Expansion is excellent, causing a lot of damage to vitals. And they are easy to start and load, even in a dirty barrel. December 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by good bullet Taken down every deer in the cross hairs.consistent pattern of 2 inch groups at 100 Yds with Jim Shockey gold 100 grain powder. Gander Mountain sells the powder bass pro does not. This combination works great in the CVA Optima speed breach and Thompson Black Diamond. October 22, 2013
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100 grains will do
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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
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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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You "could" fire them from your Kentucky rifle but with a fire arm that is designed to shoot round balls with patches, I would go that route compared to a belted bullet.
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It is going to depend on the caliber of the kentucky rifle. These bullets come in either .45 or .50 caliber.
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