Great Plains bullets are made especially for hunting. Their three-diameter bearing surface makes them easy to load, yet assures a tight fit in the bore. The small base diameter makes the bullet easy to start and the larger top diameter imbeds in the grooves of the rifling. Upon firing, the thin skirt of the hollow base expands to engage the rifling and seal the bore. This design makes the Great Plains bullet both deadly and accurate in more types of muzzleloaders.
HB-HP= Hollow Base, Hollow Point
Per Box: 20