shock wave bullets anyone?

shock wave bullets anyone?

Postby bigmrk » October 1st, 2012, 8:00 pm

has anyone used the t/c shock wave bullets in there knights and do you have any ballistic data on them ?
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Re: shock wave bullets anyone?

Postby GADawg » October 3rd, 2012, 6:03 pm

First thing I shot out of my NIB disc extreme this morning. 250gr. black sabot. Second three shot group in brand new barrel was 1". No idea what it will do on game, but i plan to find out in a week. BTW I used a 90gr 777 charge and cci Ml209s. No chrono.
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Postby Monkeymaster » October 4th, 2012, 12:08 pm

My son 9, used an Knight Youth Wolverein .50 with 80 grns 777 and 250 shockwave, win 209 primer, at 60 yds, small 8pt humped up and ran 50 yds, then expired.
I have shot several deer out to 100 yds with 100 grn 777 and 250 shockwave out of my Bighorn .50.
This bullet expands nicely, does a lot of internal damage from what I have seen.
It did not drop them in their tracks, all of my shots were broadside though the lungs 100 yds or less.
I can not complain.
Shoots 1" 100 yds.
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Re: shock wave bullets anyone?

Postby bigmrk » October 7th, 2012, 2:24 am

thanks for the info that sounds about what i thought iv used the in a tradtions that i have but i just up graded to a knight that i got in a trade so it sounds like the will work perfect in it and again thnks guys !!!!
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Re: shock wave bullets anyone?

Postby GMB54-120 » October 7th, 2012, 10:36 am

Regular Shockwaves are the same as a Hornady SST or FTX with a different color tip. You can buy the SST/FTXs in bulk 50packs without sabots.
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Postby sourdough44 » October 14th, 2012, 7:22 pm

I've shot a good amount of deer & a few coyotes with SSTs & Shockwaves. They don't give a pretty mushroom like a Barnes, but if you put it in the right spot, they do fine. They are also very accurate out of my Knight. I usually shoot 115 grains of B209 hunting. I chronied some loads & got a very steady 1950 fps with 120 grns of B209, 250 grn SST.
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Re: shock wave bullets anyone?

Postby one » August 19th, 2014, 3:46 am

The jammer types is the good device to use in the daily life,you can go to jammerinthebox.com to have a look at
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