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50 Cal Lock-N-Load® Speed Sabot with 45 Cal 250 gr MonoFlex® Bullet

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SMOKE 'EM with the MonoFlex® ML™!
At the heart of the MonoFlex® ML™ is the cutout.452 diameter MonoFlex® bullet – a monolithic solid projectile made from copper alloy and topped with the Hornady® exclusive Flex Tip® feature that works as a catalyst for uniform expansion, even at the low velocities of longer range impacts. The MonoFlex® won't separate, and retains 95% of its original weight.

Specifically engineered to provide phenomenal accuracy, penetration and high weight retention, the MonoFlex® ML™ is a "non-traditional" / alternative metal bullet option that is a fantastic choice for ALL hunters.

Available in two sabot configurations; hunters who prefer to use loose powder (or pellets) can select the traditional High Speed / Low Drag sabot. For those who shoot pellets exclusively, Hornady offers the innovative Lock-N-Load® Speed Sabot® that allows hunters to pre-load pellets onto the "tail" of the sabot, providing an efficient and convenient setup that eliminates any fumbling when trying to load or reload in the field.

THIS SEASON, LOAD UP WITH THE BEST AND SMOKE 'EM WITH THE MONOFLEX® ML™.
Innovative MonoFlex® bullet
Flex Tip® technology for enhanced terminal performance
Whitetail PackagingReliable expansion – even at low velocities
Accurate monolithic construction
High weight retention (95%)
Maximum penetration


Note - ddoe4s not include the punpowder pellets

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