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roosterslayer

load for bear

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I was drawn for my bear tag and looking to see what other use as a good bear load. 300 grain sabots shoot best through my smoke pole, so thats what i will be sticking with.

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300 gr sabots should do the job. I used the same load to take my biggest bull moose (61 inches )at 10 yards.

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125 GRAIN SPITFIRE!! BOW ONLY HERE!!!

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125 GRAIN SPITFIRE!! BOW ONLY HERE!!!

I'm with ya there, though I may lean towards Thunderheads.

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100 grain slicktricks it looks like you went through the woods with a wagner paint sprayer after the shot.

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wow you can always count on the archery hunters to really help out with muzzleloader advise....thanks guys

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Out of my T/C Omega I use a 250 grain hornady sts ballistic tip and have never had anything go over 20 yards if that helps. But it allready sounds like you have a load worked out so drop a bear and put some pics up for us to look at.

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That's because you've never hit one Sniper.

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I still shoot my old T/C .54 hawken. I like the 425 gr. buffalo bullets. They're hollow point hollow base and they fly great for me. Those .300 sabots will do the job for you just fine.

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Got a 3/4 mount of my 400 lber myself that i shot by Braham 6 years back.

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