CVA .50-Caliber PowerBelt AeroTip Platinum Bullets, 15-Pack
Aerodynamic AeroTip design
PowerBond plating reduces resistance
For use with medium-size game
High levels of accuracy and consistency
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Product DescriptionWith its unique PowerBond plating technology, CVA's .50-Caliber PowerBelt AeroTip Platinum Bullets, 15-Pack will give you fast, consistent velocities to improve trajectory and accuracy. In addition to providing more aerodynamic flight, the aggressive bullet taper design also helps control the rate of expansion. 15-pack. Shipped ground only.
Residents of DE, District of Columbia, IL, MA, NY and OH are advised to check local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition.
Warranty: 1 year limited
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Q:Would this be a good bullet for bear hunting, or should I go with a heavier grain bullet?Asked on 2/28/2009 by Anonymous from Oconto, WI
A:I have not taken any bear with this bullet, but do feel that it would be sufficient.Answered on 1/21/2010 by Red on the Head from Charleston, WV
A:If you can get these to group well using 150gr of powder, they will do the trick on bear. They shoot right through a deer even in contacting bone. You may not get a complete pass through, but they will do the trick with a well placed shot. Also, you may really have some trouble with getting those heavier bullets to stabilize in a modern inline, the twist rate most ofter creates a tumbling affect that will not allow them to group. If your firearm can tolerate them, conical bullets also work great on bear!Answered on 12/25/2010 by LoneWolf365 from Bozeman, MT
A:CVA has a full line of heavier grain projectiles. One is about 380 grai and has a steal casing. good luckAnswered on 9/4/2009 by Hogman from Miami, Fl
A:With the knock down power of this bullet and at 200 plus yards with the impact of a slug I would go with the faster speed. Going heavy just slows things down.Answered on 3/30/2010 by John from WI
A:Best ballistics shooting 100gr using T7 magnums. ACCURATE at 175yds. Not a problem for bear,Answered on 8/12/2010 by randawg from albuquerque