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Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack

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Key Features

  • Spire point bullet with polymer tip

  • 3" less drop at 200 yds.

  • Tapered jacket for controlled expansion

  • Tapered jacket for controlled expansion


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Product Description
thompsoncenter_arms Spire point bullet with a polymer tip increases the ballistic coefficient of the bullet and punches into the pocket to open up the nose cone. Hard lead core with thick walls provides deep penetration at extended ranges and maximum down range energies at 1,000 - 2,000 fps velocities. Thick copper jacket at the base withstands magnum pressures without deforming the bullet.

Residents of DE, District of Columbia, IL, MA, NY and OH are advised to check local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition.


Specifications
Caliber .50
Bullet Weight 200 gr.
Bullet Type SP Sabot
Quantity 15

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Thompson/Center ArmsThompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack
 
4.3

(based on 20 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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    (12)

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    (2)

85%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Accuracy (7)
  • Easy to use (5)
  • Works with many guns (5)
  • Good value (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Big game (7)
  • Hunting (7)
  • Target practice (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Hunter / fisherman (17), Enthusiast (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

does the trick

im pretty new to muzzle loading, but ive already taken two animals with my new tc omega. a doe, and just yesterday a 142 pound wild boar. in the case of the...Read complete review

im pretty new to muzzle loading, but ive already taken two animals with my new tc omega. a doe, and just yesterday a 142 pound wild boar. in the case of the doe. i didnt see much evidence of expansion, just a clean pass through. the boar on the other hand, i hit a rib on the way in and, wow. there was a large exit, pieces of bone everywhere in side, and a sliver of cooper in between the hide and ribs. the boar didnt go 40 yards. oh, and im getting 1 inch groups at 100 yards at the range.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

I'll be looking for something different

In my muzzleloader these are extremely accurate; Ragged hole at 50 yards accurate. I know where the bullet is headed on trigger pull. I have no issues in that department. My problem was...Read complete review

In my muzzleloader these are extremely accurate; Ragged hole at 50 yards accurate. I know where the bullet is headed on trigger pull. I have no issues in that department. My problem was on-game performance. Using one of the 200 gr versions on an east texas buck, I got a very poor exit wound caused by just a sliver of the bullet. The majority of the bullet was found in pieces inside. The shot was just over 100 yards with 100 gr of white hot pellets. Tracked the deer over 200 yards until the blood disappeared. Had to come back the next morning to find the deer 150 yards past the last sign of blood. I'll admit to not making a perfect shot, but it was an acceptable shot and a fatal shot. I would have been able to find the deer much more quickly had the bullet held together the way I would think this one should. I'll keep them around because shot placement is key and these are accurate, but I'd like a stronger construction in this bullet

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5.0

Excellent Muzzleloader Loads!!

By Dad

from Arkansas

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Accuracy
  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Thompson/Center Arms Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack:

      Shoot Great out of my son's CVA Optima!!

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      5.0

      Absolutely Deadly

      By Jim Shockey Wanna Be

      from Henderson County, TEXAS

      About Me Hunter

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Accuracy

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Hunting

        Comments about Thompson/Center Arms Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack:

        300" elk in New Mexico at 200 yards. 170" Mule deer in Arizona at 100 yards. 180" Whitetail in Iowa at 100 yards. Longest shot to date was a 250+ yard shot on an east Texas hog. More east Texas whitetails and hogs than can be counted. 200 grain Shockwaves with 150 grains of 777 shot from a T/C Omega. consistent 1.25" groups at 100 yds at the range. Not sure why some are not getting a good blood trail. I have not lost an animal that received a well placed shot.

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        5.0

        these sabots work great

        By john

        from farmington,pa

        About Me Enthusiast, Hunter

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Accuracy
        • Compact Design
        • Durable
        • Easy Maintenance
        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Rugged

        Cons

        • Accuracy

        Best Uses

        • Hunting
        • Target Practice

        Comments about Thompson/Center Arms Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack:

        a good sabot to buy for the money they fly straight and are affordable i buy a box every yr for hunting

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        5.0

        Great Bullet!

        By Mony

        from Atlanta, Georgia

        About Me Hunter

        Pros

        • Accuracy
        • Auesome
        • I have now killed 5 deer

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • Hunting

        Comments about Thompson/Center Arms Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack:

        I have now killed 4 deer with the 250 grain with triple 7, 100 grains of powder. This last season I shot a doe at 50 yards. It spun her around and dropped her on the spot. The following day, I shot a 200 pound, 14 pointer at 100 yards. The buck was quartering away. It also dropped him in his tracks. I have yet to track a deer with this bullet. The energy is devastating. If you don't drop a deer with this bullet it's becasue you made a poor shot and you need to go to the range. Every deer I have shot has dropped.

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        5.0

        this 200 gr bullet is awesome.

        By The ol' man still hunts

        from Illnois

        About Me Hunter

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Accuracy
        • Deadly on game
        • Easy To Use

        Cons

        • None

        Best Uses

        • Hunting

        Comments about Thompson/Center Arms Thompson/Center .50-Caliber Shock Wave Sabots, 200-gr, 15-pack:

        I have used this bullet for 3 seasons now and I am totally impressed. I load it with 100 grain pyrdex powder with a #11 cap in knight rifle I can aim where i want to hit out to 125 yrds an the bullet will go there. As for performance on deer I shot a doe with it 1st year I used it she only went 30yrs only small amount of blood due to slipping between ribs going both in and out. But no problem only went 30yrds. 2nd year I used it I shot a huge 10 point that field dressed 230lbs. hit rib going in and it took out heart destroying over half of it. Great blood trail but really didn't need it deer was down in 25 yrds. This year Shot a nice 8 point buck again clipped rib going in and awsome job on a double lung left massive blood trail and deer down in 30yrds. To nay sayers of this bullet I think no double lung shot on a deer with this bullet will ever go more than 50 yards. and you will probably see it go down. If it goes more than that you didn't do your job an get a double lug or heart and you just want to blame bullet. Say you did all you want but I know better. As for blood trail on doulble lung maybe you won't find much if it was a high hit but still double lung then i can believe it may not leave much. why I say this Is I have never seen a deer that was hit double lung go more than 75yrds not matter what they were hit with bow, muzzleloader with round ball or this or any bullet from muzzleloader. shotgun or handgun. good hits put them down fast no matter what. bad hits don't. One lug hits don't always put them down either.
        So do your job and these will do their job!!
        I have hunted deer for 40 plus years and killed lots of deer. Yes I have wounded a few also but in those cases i didn't put my shot where it belonged.

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