15 Pack - B.O.R. Lock MZ - Model PMZ50LMZ1
.50 Caliber, 350 Grain Lead Bullets

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 OptionsPMZ50LMZ1
Bullet Weight
350 GRAINS
Package Quantity
15 PACK
Bullet Caliber
.50 CALIBER
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
0.210
Rating:
85% of 100
SKU
PMZ50LMZ1
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 OptionsPMZ50LMZ1
Bullet Weight
350 GRAINS
Package Quantity
15 PACK
Bullet Caliber
.50 CALIBER
G1 Ballistic Coefficient
0.210
$24.99
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  1. Success!
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    100%
    I found a great combination my rifle likes: Strikerfire LDR (30" barrel), VORTEX Diamondback 4-12 scope, 115gr Blackhorn 209 powder, 350gr B.O.R. bullets. I am shooting 1" - 1 1/4" 3-shot groups at 100yds (off bench rest) with this combination. I shoot two rounds, then swab the barrel and shoot the third round. My barrel is measured at .502" diameter, and I can usually shoot 3-5 rounds before it gets hard to load the bullets (then I need a short starter to load it). I live and hunt in Arizona, so I have no restriction on using lead bullets. Try these out.

    Review by Sapper06

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  2. Great loading bullets
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    100%
    Have not had a chance to hunt with these but they load and shoot fantastic. Do not have force down barrel after shots and no need cleaning in between Shots.

    Review by MERLIN Norris

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  3. good for CVA accura V2, CO
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    100%
    performed well after abandoning Powerbelts due to bad performance on elk in the field. easy to load, shoots well from my cva accura v2, with Bhorn 209 powder. shot a deer that was quartering towards me, coming down a small hill, at 40 yards. entered through neck, through vitals and lodged inside skin at opposite flank area. well-mushroomed bullet. can't wait to try on an elk.

    Review by HIcountryman

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  4. Moose bullet
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    100%
    My wife and I each tool big bull moose in back to back years with the 350 bullet , one shot each. Highly impressed with them and they grouped well with blackhorn powder in my Omega.

    Review by William Smith

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  5. Excellent Colorado round
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    100%
    Excellent round on the bench and in the field. Dropped a dandy 6x6 bull in his tracks this past September in Colorado. Would definitely recommend and will is on WI whitetail this December!

    Review by Wade P

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  6. Won't group with my T/C Triumph
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    20%
    After using powerbelts for years, I was looking for an expanding type bullet. Unfortunately these Bore Locks will not pattern with my T/C Triumph, they are all over the place. I have always been able to hold 3 inch groups with this gun with the Powerbelts, so I guess I will stick with them. The only problem I have had is, with deer, the powerbelts will pass clean through the deer, with out any sort of wound channel.

    Review by Paul Minton

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  7. Excellent
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    100%
    Only experience is at the range so far but each trip I've made, they shoot well.
    Switched my rear sight to a peep yesterday and shot one ragged hole at 50 yds and in and around the bull at 100yds. Anxious now for hunting season.

    Review by Deadeyemark

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  8. Great flat shooter! Easy to load and reliable.
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    100%
    Just finished my cow elk hunt. Set up and had a shot at 150 yards. The bullet passed through the elk, and vanquished the heart. The elk walked about 40 yards and expired. The temperature was in the mid 40’s and at about 9200ft I would highly recommend this bullet with 150 grains of powder!

    Review by Phil Lahargoue

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  9. poor in cold weather
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    40%
    I seen the reviews on these and thought I would try something new in my CVA V-2 50 cal muzzleloader here in Western NY, in 2016 hunting season, well it was very snowy and very cold this year from Dec 12 to the 22 2016, and was using 100 gr of powder with these bullets. Well they didn't perform as I expected they worked great when the temperature was over 45 degrees but when it was lower than that they would not shoot, I had a 8 point 20 yrds from me and when I pulled the trigger all I saw was a red flame come out the end of the barrel and then the bullet went and hit the buck knocking hair off the animal but no penetration, then later had another shot at a deer on a very cold day was 12 degrees out and all I got was red flame out the end of the barrel then the bullet went out the barrel about 35 yrds they were very bad in the cold weather, gonna try something new next year.

    Review by Steve Clayton

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  10. Would not pattern at all.
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    20%
    Shot these bullets after reading the reviews. Thought they would improve the accuracy of my gun T/C black diamond. First one I pulled the whole bullet back out without the skirt. Then flipped the ramrod around and got it to go back down. Threw out that shot. Second load on a once fired barrel w/ 110grns. of 777. Threw the bullet way left. second shot low.. third w. a swab of the barrel back up and close to bulls eye. After around six rounds all at 50yds. i gave up. Not one was close to the other. Have 3 black diamonds and bought 3 packs of these bullets. Not impressed and I will be going back to my 295 grn. power belts. I also ordered the 300 grn areo lite. Maybe they will be better. Any one want some the rest of the packs I'll be giving them away...They suck...

    Review by Earl P.

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