PowerBelt HollowPoint Copper-Plated or Lead Bullets
Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
To those who say Powerbelts do not perform well...50 yd shot...Buck ran 30yds and piled up...blood everywhere. I would never use any other BP projectile other than Powerbelts. This is the 3rd deer I have harvested using my CVA Wolf/Powerbelt combo and all deer fell within sight. The Buck in the photo is my personal best. Thanks CVA and Powerbelt for a lifelong memory.
November 17, 2010
i use the hollowpoint copper series in 245 grains with 110 grains of pyrodex in my cva .50 cal hawken. it works great. it gives me 1 inch groups at 75 yards, havent taken a deer with it yet but plan too soon. from the damage on my targets i know this would make the job a piece of cake.
October 4, 2008
These hollow points fly more consistent and are a lot cleaner than the sabots with a full plastic sleeve. The plastic skirt leaves little residue inside the barrel which makes cleaning a snap.
February 22, 2009
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