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Riflemen Testimonials

Al LammertAl Lammert with Lammert and Associates with his Cape Eland.  While in South Africa He also harvested  Springbok, Mountain Zebra, and two Gemsbok... They were all shot with a muzzle loader (a T/C New Englander) using Harvesters .50 cal. Saber Tooth bullets...

Based on my years of using Hornady xtp .45 ca. I will continue using this bullet, but only in your sabots. Loading is unbelievable easy and accuracy at a 100 yds. is within 1 1/2 inches consistently. I also shot the TC shockwave super glide,but this bullet in your sabot is a dream to load. I also shot the Knight with their sabot and then with yours. There was no comparison. Yours were easier to load and as accurate or better than theirs, with so much less effort. To further test your sabot, I fired 6 consecutive shots with the Hornady 240 gr. .45 cal. with 100 grs. pyrodex select without running a patch down the barrel and honestly the sixth shot loaded as easily as the first, something I could never possibly do in the past. These six shots grouped less than 2 in. at 100 yds. What more could anyone ask for?

Thank you for making shooting black powder fun again.
Al & Bobbie

Ray CrowRay Crow took this Black Bear with a 350 grain Saber Tooth Bullet

 

I am shooting a CVA Wolf 50 caliber with a 150 grains of Triple seven pellets and your 270 grain sabertooth bullets and I have to say after a few adjustments to the scope my last round was a 3 inch group at 100 yards, dead center of a pistol target. I still have to do some fine tuning but I am very pleased with your product and plan on ordering more. Thank you again for the free samples and I just want to say you have a new customer who will recomend your product to anyone who is interested.

Richard Kratzke

Tom HillI used your 350 grain saber tooth and 90 grains of Triple 7 to take this buffalo this past week in Colorado. The bullet performed well...so well I was unable to recover it...Buffalo went down not to rise again. It weighed over 1100 lbs.

Thanks for a great product,
Tom Hill

Toby BridgesI took this dandy 160-class buck at 193-yards during a late muzzleloader hunt, shooting the new 260-grain Scorpion PT Gold. The sleek polymer-tipped bullet was pushed out of a .50 caliber Knight "Long Range Hunter" by 110 grains of FFFg Triple Seven at 2,030 f.p.s. The deer went less than 30 yards before going down. What a great new muzzleloader hunting bullet!

Toby Bridges,
Outdoor Writer

I have to say – holy sh_t! These Scorpion PT gold bullets are fantastic! I shot out of a Thompson Center Omega (50 cal.) I started with 120 grains of 777 loose powder and wet patched after each shot. Once on the paper, I went out to 150 yards with about 5-6 mph wind. I shot three rounds and had a one inch group!! I set my sights at 4-inches high at 150 yds. and backed off to 200 yards and shot three more, ending with a 1-1/4” group. Not too bad, given the wind and gusts.

Dear Sirs, I just want to take this time to thank you for a great product. I have a very tight bored Thompson Center Encore 209x50 magnum muzzleloader topped with a Zeiss Conquest 3-9x40 scope. I have shot Precision Rifle bullets of various types & weights, TC Shockwave 250 grain, Barnes MZ 250 grain, Barnes Spitfire 245 grain,& now your fabulous 300 grain funnel point bullets with Crush Rib sabots.

Both of these young ladies used the 260 grain Scorpion PT Gold to harvest their first Montana Bucks.

Young HunterYoung Hunter

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