Available in three grain weights, our Blue Diamond Muzzleloader Bullets take accuracy to a whole new level. Berry’s proprietary sabot ensures easy loading and a tight seat, providing match grade consistency shot after shot. The polycarbonate tips create excellent expansion without sacrificing weight retention. Whether it’s the high slopes of the Rocky Mountains for elk or the prairies of Kansas for whitetail deer, Berry’s Blue Diamond Muzzleloader bullets deliver the success that the modern black powder hunter expects.
- 250gr Ballistic Coefficient: .220
- 275gr Ballistic Coefficient: .234
- 305gr Ballistic Coefficient: .242
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Note: The use of muzzleloader projectiles and firearms is regulated by law in many areas, and it is important to familiarize oneself with the relevant laws and regulations before using these types of bullets or firearms.
About Muzzleloader Bullets
A muzzleloader bullet is a type of projectile that is used in a muzzleloading rifle, which is a type of firearm that is loaded through the front end of the barrel, or muzzle, rather than through a removable magazine. Muzzleloader bullets are often used for hunting and target shooting, and they can be loaded with black powder or modern substitutes. They are typically loaded into the firearm along with a charge of black powder, and they are ignited by a separate ignition source, such as a percussion cap or a flintlock.
Best Use Cases for Muzzleloader Bullets:
Whitetail Deer Hunting
Our Blue Diamond Muzzleloader Bullets excel in scenarios where a high-performance, reliable shot is crucial. Whether you're hunting whitetail deer in a dense forest or an open field, the high ballistic coefficient ensures long-range accuracy. The blue sabot ensures easy loading, allowing for a quick second shot if needed. You can rely on the terminal performance of this bullet to make hunting season a success.
If you're dealing with smaller pests around your property, this bullet is up to the task. Thanks to their unique design, these muzzleloading bullets offer a level of versatility that can be hard to find in conventional rounds. When loaded correctly, they can be an effective solution for managing smaller varmints without the need for a super magnum or centerfire rifle.
For those looking to perfect their shot group consistency, our bullet offers unparalleled performance. The breech plug compatibility, muzzle velocity, and bullet diameter align perfectly to give you high-quality target practice sessions.
Ballistics and Muzzleloader Performance Testing
Our bullet is excellent for those interested in testing different loads. With varying powder loads, the bullet's muzzle velocity and kinetic energy can be tested against factors like twist rate, powder load, and bore diameter. This is invaluable for both amateur enthusiasts and professional testers alike.
How to Use Muzzleloader Bullets
Using muzzleloader bullets requires careful attention to detail, both for safety and accuracy. First, make sure your muzzleloader is completely unloaded and priming is removed. Always adhere to Berry's guidelines and recommended load for each caliber muzzleloader bullet.
- Start by measuring the proper amount of black powder or a suitable substitute using a powder measure, and then pour it down the barrel using our Powder Funnel Set.
- With the ramrod, press the bullet down until it sits firmly against the powder charge; ensure there are no air gaps, as this could cause dangerous pressure spikes when firing.
- Once the projectile is seated, you can prime the pan or install a percussion cap, depending on your type of ignition system.
- Now, your muzzleloader is loaded and ready for high performance firing.
Safety Warning***: Always remember to aim in a safe direction and wear proper eye and ear protection no matter the caliber bullet. Please note that although this bullet minimizes reproductive harm typically associated with lead bullets, always adhere to safety guidelines when handling any ammunition.