The NEW .45 cal Match/Hunter Hollow Base muzzleloader bullet is available in:
- 275 gr
- 300 gr
- 325 gr
From time to time I am ask the question" What is the difference in the Traditional Hunter and the HydraCon??" The question is a good one and easily to understand why a person would ask. The Traditional Hunter is a hollow point bullet and as a rule that makes it the logical choice if you want expansion; HOWEVER in relation to the HydraCon this is not true. The Traditional Hunter is a fine hunting bullet in it's own right, but IT WILL NOT EXPAND LIKE THE HydraCon. The word HydraCon is short for Hydraulic...
My 10 year old son Danny had a youth pronghorn hunt this past weekend. He was able to get this great buck. The shot was 420 yards, he was shooting the Remington Ultimate. The load was 91 grains by weight of BH 209 and the 275 grain Parker Match/Hunter. The buck green scores 81",Danny has set the bar pretty high. Thanks for a great product. Rod Yaksich
I am often ask the question---"what is the difference in the Match/Hunters and the Ballistic Extremes"? Aside from the obvious appearance of the two projectiles, these are basic differences. The M/H has a higher B.C.and a .028 jacket thickness and is designed to be used in the high velocity smokeless rifles and in those rifles capable of developing higher velocities using heavier loads of black powder substitutes. The Ballistic Extreme is designed to be used in standard muzzle loading weapons with standard velocity range. The jacket thickness is.015 which allows for good expansion and effective terminal performance, even at longer...