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Thompson/Center Shock Wave Sabot Bullets

   

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200 Grain

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  • SKU: 980888

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250 Grain

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  • SKU: 980901

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200 Grain

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  • SKU: 980904

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This spire point bullet features a polymer tip and harder lead core. Walls interlock with the jacket for maximum weight retention and expansion; delivers deep penetration and a destructive wound channel. 15 pack.
Thompson/Center Shock Wave Sabot Bullets 4.3 5 28 28
Excellent On-Game performance I have tried alot of other bullets and I had excellent results with another popular brand...However with my new T/C Omega I needed to go with a sabot style bullet.These bullets were included with my gun.My friend had harvested a doe last year with the same bullet,and had excellent results,so I tried them as well. My first trip hog hunting I used 150gr of pyrodex pellets and a 250gr T/C shockwave.I took a 210 pound boar at 25yds with them.The bullet hit right where I aimed. Penetration was not an issue...He was very thick,and the bullet made it through both shoulders.I was suprised at the amount of damage. Boars are known for their toughness,but with the shockwave he didn't get out of sight.He went only 35yds and left an awesome blood trail.That's important to me because it is very thick down here,and I don't want to be looking for a wounded hog in thick cover. I feel like this bullet did an excellent job of making a quick,and clean harvest on such a tough animal.They are strong enough for hogs,and even better for deer.I will use them again. July 1, 2007
Terrible performance I’m sorry to say, but the performances of these bullets are terrible. In the past two years I have lost 3 deer. On two, there was no blood trail at all and I watched one of then swinging his front shoulder as he ran off. The third is what prompt me to write this review. There was a blood trail but it was very sparse and when I finally found the deer it was no good. It seems that if these bullets don’t hit bone they want expand. The in and the out hole were the size of the bullet. That tells me there was no expansion as it went through the deer. I purchased a box of 30 and will not be using what’s left. November 18, 2014
They get'r done I've been using these out of my Omega with 100g of 777 for more than 10 years and they never fail me. They fly true, hit hard and do a lot of internal damage. October 16, 2014
junk dont buy this bullet. i hit a deer and the core completely separated from the jacket and wasted a whole lot of good meat. i wrote to T/C and never heard a word back. it groups good on paper, so maybe ok for target shooting, but i will never use one of these pieces of junk for hunting again. January 4, 2012
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The item number 980904 can be shot in a Thompson Center .45 Hawken.
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How do these bullets shoot in a Knight and what grain is best.
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bout everyting i have used in a knight works well. my uncle used the 200 and it does the job well for him. i perfer the 250 for the 50 cal or the 200 for the 45 cal. they make a 200 for the 50 cal. but if you shooting short shots in the woods i would use the 250gr bullet
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250 grain.
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I have had a old Knight Wolverine for 15 years and shoot the TC Shockwaves in it (200 grain). I now have an TC Omega and shoot the SuperGlides 250 grain. These bullets will perform great out of your Knight. If it's an new model, go with the SuperGlides. I always use a lighter bullet. I only shoot 100 grains of Pyrodex pellets so I want to maximize velocity. I feel a 200 or 250 grain bullet is very suitable for whitetail deer. I put more emphasis on shot placement than how big of a hole you can make.
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Im a deer hunter im guna buy the Thompson Center Triumph and i wanna know how this bullet peforms in it.I would also like to know if this bullet when shot from the triumph leaves a good blood trial or has one shot kill power
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I’m sorry to say, but the performances of these bullets are terrible. In the past two years I have lost 3 deer. On two, there was no blood trail at all and I watched one of then swinging his front shoulder as he ran off. The third is what prompt me to write this review. There was a blood trail but it was very sparse and when I finally found the deer it was no good. It seems that if these bullets don’t hit bone they want expand. The in and the out hole were the size of the bullet. That tells me there was no expansion as it went through the deer. I purchased a box of 30 and will not be using what’s left.
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shock waves work ok on game i would recommend the barnes. the shock wave does leave a good blood trail but they will come apart. i dont like the bullet coming apart. dont know how it does in the triumph but it does well in the optima and knights
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Don't waste the money. A similar CVA will shoot just as good as a TC. Killed two last week in Kansas with a Optima at 200 yards. Also a friend uses shockwave bullets he had a good blood trail on his deer. Consider the Barnes T-EZ bullets the deer either will not move or will leave a great blood trail.
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