Hornady SST Muzzleloader Bullets
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Reviewed by: Lynn
Category: Firearms & Ammo
Available at Cabelas.com
The Hornady .45 cal sabot with .40 cal 200 gr sst/ml bullets have really made a difference in my muzzleloader shooting. Since changing over to the Hornady bullets I have been more accurate. I have also changed to loose powder.
The Hornady bullets also have great knock down power. I have not had a deer run very far after the shot some not at all. These bullets run about $ 15.00 for 20 bullets and sabots. Whether you are shooting a .45 or .50 cal I would recommend that you try the Hornady bullets. It could make a difference in your accuracy too.
Good Luck and Good Hunting…
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