Originally Posted by johnp034
Go to www.prbullets.com
and order the .45 caliber, 195 gr. Dead Center Bullets, add 95-110 grs. of BH209 and you'll have your 200 yard + muzzleloading load for deer. These bullets load very easy when using BH209. I can go 50+ shots without swabbing and the last round loads just like the first. With 777, I can't load the 3rd round without swabbing. The Dead Center bullets are pure lead with a ballistic tip, very flat shooting and the most accurate bullet I've ever shot. I have an Austin-Hallek .45, a Knight Disc Elite .50, MK85 and several others. They all shoot the best with the Dead Center Bullets. I also use CCI magnum 209 primers. prbullets also a variety of stuff you'll be interested in if your into muzzleloading.
The other option, which costs half as much, is the 200gr Shockwave. While the BC is slightly lower, it can be pushed as fast as you want (3000fps+ in a smokeless one). The Precision Rifle bullets WILL lose accuracy somewhere in the 1800-2000fps range. Push the ML up another 15gr of powder with the 200 Shockwave and you'll outshoot the PR bullet for less money.
Both perform well terminally. I shot the 195 DC for a couple years, it is a good bullet I just got fed up with the velocity limitation and price.