15 pack - AC1550AT
.50 Caliber, 250 Grain

WARNING:
This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Specifications OptionsAC1550AT
Bullet Weight
250 GRAINS
Package Quantity
15 PACK
Bullet Caliber
.50 CALIBER
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
0.174
Rating:
97% of 100
SKU
AC1550AT
WARNING:
This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
Specifications OptionsAC1550AT
Bullet Weight
250 GRAINS
Package Quantity
15 PACK
Bullet Caliber
.50 CALIBER
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
0.174
$24.00
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  1. Great accuracy
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    100%
    Easily sighted in at 100yds took doe at 25yds dropped immediately with nice exit hole in off shoulder shoot great and so much easier to load for my daughter

    Review by Matt

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  2. 2-Shots
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    100%
    Have struggled with getting a tight pattern with my CVA Optima Pro. Read a few articles that pointed to the Powerbelt Aerolight in 250 grain. In 2-shots I was in a 1" pattern at 65 yards. Couldn't be happier.

    Review by Tom

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  3. Great bullet
    Rating
    100%
    My son and me both shot a doe each this year with this bullet with 100 grain pellet charge found both deer within 50 yards .
    5 STAR

    Review by 444 marlin

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  4. Awesome bullet
    Rating
    100%
    I shot a nice deer at 110 yards down a very step hill. Hit where I was aiming and dropped it in it's tracks. First time doing that with a muzzleloader. Easy to load and very accurate. Highly recommend.

    Review by Jim C

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  5. PowerBelt
    Rating
    40%
    The bullet goes straight through does not open you want one to open up like a nickel to make A good blood trail blood

    Review by John

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  6. deadly
    Rating
    100%
    Just what i was looking for 1" groups at 100 yrds in my cva optima pro with bushnell doa 250 scope. cant wait till next deer season.

    Review by ty b.

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  7. Update on last review
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    100%
    My son continued to hunt elk through the black powder season ending on Nov. 8. He was successful in using the 250 gr Aerolite over 90 gr of Blackhorn 209 in a CVA Optima LR on two antlerless elk. The first was a cow shot at a ranged 162 yds, the Aerolite landing to the rear of the rib cage, penetrating completely through both sides, destroying liver and a bit of lung. That cow ran 40 yds and bedded, got up again, went 75 yds and bedded, to be shot again through the neck. Had we let her lie, the first shot was absolutely fatal. The second was a calf shot in the neck offhand at 192 yds. Of course the bullet fully penetrated and the animal dropped instantly. Again, probably should have waited. My son reloaded before walking up on the calf which was a good plan because somehow it jumped up and trotted off with a thumb sized hole through the neck, which was full of bone fragments, only to be stopped by the second shot at 50 yds which again hit ribcage and liver but this time did not penetrate through, nor was it found under the hide on the opposite side. It made another 50 yds before piling up in the young aspen grove. I did not have time in the cold and dark to do a full necropsy while we boned it out; I presume the second Aerolite hit it going above the 1800 FPS recommended velocity (over the chronograph it usually hits 1875 FPS 12 feet from the muzzle) and probably flattened completely while destroying the liver and lungs, or as it was a quartering shot, it penetrated forward deep into the chest cavity and stopped against the ribs. We will never know. However, in my opinion, considering the shot placement and distance on both animals, I don’t know how a muzzleloader bullet could have performed any better! Needless to say, I’m a raving fan of the 250 gr Powerbelt Aerolite! They just plain work.

    Review by Eric H

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  8. Very Accurate
    Rating
    100%
    These work great in my CVA Wolf. I was having a tough time zeroing my Traditions Buckhunter with sabots. I tried these bullets and had it zeroed dead on at 50 yards in three rounds. I’m giving all of my sabots away and sticking with these. Nice that both rifles like these Powerbelt Aerolites.

    Review by Michael

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  9. Outstanding performance on Mule Deer over 5 years
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    100%
    After our most recent muzzleloader mule deer hunt, I need to report on this great bullet. This year we, as a group, filled 7 of 8 tags. 6 of the 7 were deer shot with Powerbelt Aerolite 250 Gr. .50 cal bullets. Two were shot at 200 yds, one shot kills. Two were shot at 180 yds and one of those, because of a poor first (gut) shot, required a second. One (mine) was at 60 yds. The 6th was a one shot kill off a stable rest at a ranged 285 yds. The deer went 10 yds and dropped with a through and through hole from heart, lung, liver and a bit of paunch.
    Over the past 5 years, as a family group, we have shot 17 deer with this bullet out of our (mostly CVA) muzzleloaders. Three have required a second shot because of a poorly placed first one. No deer has ever escaped after being wounded. None has gone over 100 yds after being wounded, even with a gutshot. Only one bullet has been recovered, in the one shot at 60 yds. It was fired over 100 gr of BK209 and was probably going faster than the recommended 1800fps when it struck and immediately dropped the animal. The recovered weight is 123gr and it is as flat as one can be and still be recognizable as a bullet.
    Bottom line is I'm a huge fan of the Powerbelt Aerolite! How can one argue with such accurate, deadly performance?

    Review by Eric H.

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  10. Two hundred yards... Full penetration
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    100%
    Me and my family shot three Utah bucks this year with 250 grain aerolites. Two were shot at just over 200 yards. Bullets went in just behind the shoulders and exited opposite shouldes. One dropped in it's tracks and the other made it 20 yards. Perfect performance!!! The third buck was at 50 yards and the deer was trotting broadside. The bullet was placed a little too far back but it nicked the liver and the deer went down. The bullet was found in the opposite hide and was pancaked. Incredible energy transfer and very effective. Excellent bullets!!!

    Review by Bon Justy

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