Caliber Rifle

Using T/C .44 Caliber Break-O-Way™ Sabot Loads

For Use With .429" - .430" Bullets

Black Powder Charge (Grains)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

200 Grain Bullet

80 grs. FFG

1634 F.P.S.

1186 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1673 F.P.S.

1243 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1730 F.P.S.

1329 Ft. Lbs.

240 Grain Bullet

80 grs. FFG

1466 F.P.S.

1146 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1606 F.P.S.

1375 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1640 F.P.S.

1434 Ft. Lbs.

275 Grain Bullet

80 grs. FFG

1435 F.P.S.

1257 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1489 F.P.S.

1354 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1574 F.P.S.

1513 Ft. Lbs.

300 Grain Bullet

80 grs. FFG

1417 F.P.S.

1337 Ft. Lbs.

90 grs. FFG

1466 F.P.S.

1432 Ft. Lbs.

100 grs. FFG

1519 F.P.S.

1537 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

For Use Only With .50 Caliber

T/C In-Line Muzzleloading Rifle

Using .429" - .430" Bullets

Use Musket Cap, No.11 Cap or 209 Primer

.50 Caliber Rifle

Using T/C .44 Caliber Break-O-Way™ Sabot Loads

For Use With .429" - .430" Bullets

Powder Charge (50 Gr. Pellet)

Muzzle Velocity (Feet Per Second)

Muzzle Energy (Foot Pounds)

200 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1816 F.P.S.

1465 Ft. Lbs.

240 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1665 F.P.S.

1478 Ft. Lbs.

275 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1611 F.P.S.

1585 Ft. Lbs.

300 Gr. Bullet

2 Pellets

1422 F.P.S.

1347 Ft. Lbs.

Load Shown in Red is Maximum

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