I don't know why you are talking about 325gr bullets. 275gr is more than enough for any deer. I have 2 rifles that shoot Luke's Arrowhead 275gr bullets. Both will put several rounds into one hole at 200 yards.Guys i posted that i finally am joining the Modern Smokeless muzzleloader community in the next few months while my gun is being built. What i am interested in is gathering info on is what bullets and terminal performance you are getting with shot placement and distance.
I know of Pittman and arrowhead bullets as i will be shooting TO START 325GR PITTMAN AEROMAX. I will be calling to get some of the 328 gr too. Reson is i have some areas that closer shot are more possible so a tuffer bullet is desired. Also plan on getting arrowhead and getting the 325 gr version of theirs to play with. Is there others besides these 2 that has the BC these 2 do thats worth considering?
What has your experience been with the bullets you shoot and your point of aim and what has been your performance?
I calked pittman and spoke to the man and he actually didnt recommend aiming at bone because of destruction of everything in its path.
Thanks guys just getting more info for when my SML gets here.
I also have some Parker 300gr bullets, but I have not used them. Talk to Bob at Parker - he is super knowledgeable and helpful, and will help you pick the best bullet for your use. My guess is he'll put you onto a 275gr Black Max