Re: Long Range Muzzleloader
Well, a BMG is not actually .500, it's a little bigger than that (.508 or .510?). Nevertheless, last year I got ahold of some sabots and used a file and drill to take them down to .500. Yes, without the soft gas seal base the sabot was tough to make fit down the barrel without making it under-sized. I used the shortest .308 spitzer I could find, poly tip, to maximize the chance I could get it stabilized with 1-28". I fired 5 at 20 yards at a 3' square piece of plywood. Only two hit, both completely sideways.