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Christopher Quast

Have you tried the new TC Shockwave bullets for muzzleloader?

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I used to shoot the TC shockwave bullets and loved them for their accuracy, but did not like them for their tough loading problems. I know they came out with a new one this year called the EASY GLIDE or something to that effect. have you shoot them yet and if so how do you like them?

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I bought a box of the easy loads to try them this year. I shot them this last sunday and I was not impressed with the accuracy. They did load real easy though.

I also tried the Hornady low-drag bullets and I liked these better. Thesy cost a little more though.

I am shooting a t/c Triumph.

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I havent shot them but while I was at teh range two different guys were saying that they were having nothing but problems trying to group these things. who knows

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I just looked on cabelas site at the reviews and out of 60 they scored 4 stars out of 5 which is pretty good. Alot of the guys on their said how impressed they were with their 2 in groups at 100 or less. Who knows every gun is different and shooter alike.

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