09-27-2010, 12:59 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2007
Location: Oregon, Ohio
Quick responce, the bullet has to be under caliber to fit in and allow the sabot room to load, which is more close to the barrel measurement. others will have a better techno answer but this should aleviate your concern. Just make sure the sabot is the correct one for your rifle, the package will say what its for. Don't use a 50 cal sabot in a 45 cal rifle ect. I haven't experimented too much but my 50 cal TC triumph likes TC 250 gr shockwaves with the super glide sabots. Barnes bullets/sabots 50 cal have .451: bullets also shoot very well from the TC. Precision Rifle bullets 260gr utalize a 44 cal bullet in a 50 sabot their claim says open country shots out to 275 yds.
Last edited by Hunting Man; 09-27-2010 at 01:15 PM.