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    Hornady 67269 50 Caliber Lock-N-Load Speed Sabot 250 Grain 10 Pack Blackpower Bullets

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    Hornady Lock-N-Load MonoFlex Muzzleloading Bullets 50 Caliber Sabot with 45 Caliber 250 Grain Low Drag Flex Tip Expanding Lead-Free Box of 10. The XTP is one of the most accurate pistol bullets ever made, and it's just as accurate in your muzzleloader. No additional lubricants or patches are necessary with Hornady's XTP bullet/sabot combinations.

    The MonoFlex muzzleloader bullets combine GMX and FTX designs to create a super accurate bullet with devastating penetration and stopping power. The monolithic construction boasts 95% weight retention to ensure your bullet doesn't break up, making for cleaner kills and short to non-existent trailing jobs. The MonoFlex also does not foul your barrel and the Flex Tip technology will make for better flight and accuracy. The Lock-N-Load design features a rod attached to the bullet sabot, allowing powder pellets to be connected to the sabot. This makes for quick and easy reloading when you have to shoot your way out of your deer stand.

    • Mfg Item Num: 67269
    • Caliber :50 Black Powder
    • Bullet Type :Sabot
    • Grain :250gr
    • Rounds Per Box :10 PK
    • Flex Tip technology
    • 95% weight retention
    • Easy load design
    • No barrel fouling

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