250 grain Barnes Cannelured Casul Projectile
Posted 26 May 2006 - 04:01 PM
I was shooting a number of different loads today with the .50 caliber Knight Disc rifle with the Millet Scope. I found that with two pyrodex pellets and a .451 Barnes Cannelured 454 Casull copper bullet out of a Harvester Crushed Rib sabot shot an excellent group. The rifle shot a one inch group. I was more then pleased with that off my bench rest.
The interesting thing is I recovered a Barnes bullet that went through the target and hit the steel trap back stop. Even after flattening to one and three eights of an inch, it still retained 236.6 grains of the original 250 grain weight. That to me was most impressive.
I can understand why people use this projectile on elk...
Posted 26 May 2006 - 04:34 PM
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