Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet

Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet

Part #: PMZ50TC1

Federal Premium® has redefined modern in-line performance with the Trophy® Copper Muzzleloader Bullet. Its exclusive B.O.R. Lock MZ® System provides outstanding accuracy in a non-sabot design that's easy to load, scrubs fouling from the breech and ensures consistent bullet seating.

  • Caliber: .50
  • Bullet Weight (grains): 270
  • Bullet Style: Trophy Copper
  • Ballistic Coefficient: 0.168
  • Package Quantity: 15
  • Use: Medium Game
  • MSRP: $25.95

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Federal Premium® B.O.R. Lock MZ™ System I have been reading alot about these bullets so i bought 2 packs of them & i haven't looked back since i used Powerbelts for over 15 years & these Federal Bullets left the Powerbelts in the dust as far as i am concerned The Federal's load so easy & everything i had been reading about how easy the load is all true . I hunt with my CVA Optima V2 26" SS/BLK Magnum Rifle I shoot the 3 pellet load in my rifle so i did use the same load for the Federal's & they are ACCURATE!!!!! I have switched to only these bullets from now on they isn't a better bullet ANYWHERE I am 100% SOLD on these they truly live up to the hype !
Date published: 2019-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bullet Went to these about 2 years ago got drawn for a Bull Elk Muzzle loader took me 16 years to get drawn { Tule Elk } worked great double lung at 85 yards open sights free hand hit 2 ribs and I was using 270 grain B.O.R. Lock with 100 grains of triple 7 in a Traditions Vortek Muzzle Loader . I also harvested a 125 LB. Pig using the same bullet
Date published: 2018-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice groups - best so far. I've shot T/C Shockwaves and Powerbelts out of a CVA Optima V2 and never got near as good a groups at 50 yards as I did with the Federal B.O.R. Lock MZ. Nothing against either one of those rounds, the Federal B.O.R. just shoots better out of my particular muzzle loader. A co-worker gave me 10 of these to try as they didn't group as good as the previous bullets he was using in his gun. I took them to the range and right off the bat I punched 2 touching holes at 50 yards about 1/2" to the left of center. I moved out to 100 yards, which is usually the max range for my hunting situations, and the target speaks for itself. They are about 1 to 1.5 MOA with a 3-shot group, which I can't ask for any more for what I need out of a muzzle loader. I adjusted the scope on shots 5 and 6 (trigger jerk) and left it at 2" low at 100 yards. I went back and shot my last bullet at 50 yards and was dead center, 2" high. I plan to get another box and fine tune. I was using 100 grains of Triple 7 pellets. We tried 150 to see what it did and as you can see it pulled it almost 1.5 inches left. I swabbed the barrel every 3 shot groups so I had some consistency and let it cool for a bit. One distinct thing I noticed was that the barrel being dirty didn't really change the consistency of the shots like I have seen with the T/C Shockwaves. I could get a 4-5" between bullets at about a 10 MOA on the T/C's at 100 yards after just a few shots. You almost had to clean it every shot to get a 4 MOA group out of my muzzle loader. Here are some other benefits to this bullet -- easier load! With the T/C Shockwave bullets it's almost near impossible to get the bullet to move down the barrel easily after 2-3 shots without my bullet starter. The B.O.R's slid right in and went down the barrel about 7" before stopping. It was really easy to ram it the rest of the way down and got a good seat every time. During a hunting situation I was trying to reload a T/C, after 2 shots, and was not using a bullet starter. I ended up flipping the bullet out of the barrel tip somehow with the ram rod and that was my last shot. The deer heard the bullet tink off my treestand platform and ran away. I also can not put the T/C into my quick loaders without turning the sabot plastic backwards. The bullet will work its way into the sabot in the quick loader and is near impossible to get it out once it does that. I have to dump it into my hand and assemble the sabot and bullet. With the B.O.R's I can just turn it over and it all falls into the barrel with no fuss. Definitely a benefit in situations where second or follow up shots may be necessary on close in Whitetails.
Date published: 2018-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is one of the best on the market, but be true to yourself and the product. If you pull out last years powder or pellets...don't grade it's performance on that! bought one pk of 15 and then another 3 Packs. They work as good as anything else on the market...if you truly know what you are doing!
Date published: 2018-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great roind Went muzzle loader in Oklahoma last night for white tail. Saw 6 pigs, which here are a neusance, 94 yards with ccs Acura and leuopold muzzle scope, shot in shoulder opened up both lungs dropped a 180# wild pig where he stood. Best round ever for my rifle. Have several friends changing over.
Date published: 2018-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unparalelled and ingenious design Makes other sabots obsolete in my opinion. The only bullet I will by for my REM 700 Ultimate. Bullet expansion is just like the cover on the box. Tremendous consistency on the shooting range. 200 yards is no problem at all.
Date published: 2018-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bullet Took some trial and error and 2 pks of bullets to find the right combination, i have a Thompson center Omega 50 cal. Muzzeloader and it would not shoot these bullets using the triple 7 pellets, (BUT) when i switched to 110 grains of measured triple 7, I have 1" Groups at 100 Yards, Just like in the video's. Very Happy with this product. Cant wait to try the out on a deer.
Date published: 2018-10-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from First time user Took this bullet to the range and was shooting 100 yards. Love the bullet and got some same hole 3 shot groups with 2 out of the 3 groups. The reason I am giving it a 3 is because the bullet will fall out the barrel. I was shooting 86 grains by weight blackhorn 209 powder with a magnum 209 primer, through a Accura V2 LR. Have you all made any changes to correct this?
Date published: 2018-10-04
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