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PowerBelt Aerotip Bullets

   

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295 Grain

15 Pack

  • $24.99

  • SKU: 876311

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245 Grain

15 Pack

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  • SKU: 918906

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223 Grain

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  • $26.99

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The polymer tip of the PowerBelt® Aerotip™ Bullets delivers better accuracy at longer ranges and maximum penetration on larger game. Copper-coated. 15 pack.

PowerBelt™ Bullets are the most advanced muzzleloading projectiles ever developed with all of the benefits of saboted bullets but none of the problems. The patented, slightly over bore, snap-on base creates a perfect gas seal, providing consistent pressures and superior accuracy. Plus, PowerBelt™ Bullets are easy to load because they are one-thousandth of an inch under bore.

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Great Product I shoot the .50 cal 245 grain with 100 gr triple seven pellets. These shoot accurate as could be. Dropped a doe at 50 yards this past week, complete pass through with a blood trail that looked like a river. Blood trail didnt matter as the doe dropped in 20 feet of impact. November 28, 2012
extreme accuracy and knock down power! I have shot the 225 grain bullet with a 150 grains of powder for years. They shoot flat and have plenty of knock down power! I shot a buck this year at a 161 yards. He was down in 15 yards. When hit, he was going down hard! These bullets are easy loading! December 18, 2014
GREAT PRODUCT I have used these powerbelts in the .223 grain for 5 years,,and taken several deer with them,, they will hold a 2 inch group at 100 yards,,the deer that I killed last fall was 242 steps from where I was standing when I shot and the deer went about 5 feet and fell over, when target shooting I can reload 10 times and the last one loads as easy as the first,,I wont use anything else in my muzzeloader ! January 17, 2011
Good bullets, great accuracy. I shot a big buck yesterday with the 295 grain aero tips and he took 9 steps and piled up like a box of rocks!! I hit him square on the shoulder and it shattered the shoulder and went completely through the deer. Very small entry wound, but left a hole the size of a tennis ball coming out. The buck was about 55 yards out when I shot him. Very pleased with these bullets and will be using them again! November 9, 2010
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Is this a good load for a CVA wolf?
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I use the 225 grain. Has never let me down!
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275 grains or 300
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Hi, thank you for your question. Per the manufacturer web site, this question has been debated as long as hunters have been going into the woods to recreationally hunt. Most people agree that a heavier bullet provides more energy and affords a quicker cleaner kill. The trend in muzzleloading has leaned towards lighter faster bullets for longer range shooting. It is important that you match the bullet to the rifle for optimum performance and that you choose a bullet that will provide enough energy on the game that you are hunting and out to the ranges you are expecting to shoot that game. Recommended Big Game Loads. For whitetail deer try hunting with a 100-grain propellant charge and sabots in the 250 - 300 grain range.
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777 with 275 grain aero tip powerbelt
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Totally Agree !!
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I used 225 grain bullets with 2 pellets of triple 7 and had good results on deer. Did not have any travel more than 50 yards after the shot.

I did switch to Blackhorn powder because it shots cleaner and has better shelf life. I use hornady sabots which are easy to load with Blackhorn. Triple 7 is a hassle with sabots.
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I have seen some hunting shows use T/C I believe muzzleloaders. Am I correct or am I way off base.
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better check your state laws. I don't think this would be legal in any state for turkey hunting.
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You probaly saw a t/c with an interchangable shotgun barrel
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What you saw was possibly a muzzle loading shotgun or a Thompson/Center with inter changeable barrels (muzzle loader to center fire to shotgun). I would not use a bullet made for deer on a Turkey.
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