Non-lead bullets

Glass eye

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What non-lead bullets do you recommend for my .50 cal T/C encore.
I'll be hunting in the condor range.
 

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Barnes Spitfire TMZ 250GR
Or
Barnes Spitfire TEZ 250GR

Both are AWSOME bullets. You will have no regrets!
 

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Try the TEZ first as they are the ones designed for the tighter bore found on the T/C and Knight.
 

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Im using the barnes spit-fire tmz 250 grn also.
 

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I purchased a Knight Shadow 50 cal about 4 months ago and just stared shooting it to get ready for my season coming up. I started off shooting the 250gr Barnes TMZ with 209 BH and was not getting any good groups(like 6-8" groups). I tried 90 gr /100/ 110 gr loads and none worked. The TMZ were very hard to load, and fit tight. So I switched to the Barnes 290gr T-EZ bullets, much easier to load. I loaded 110 gr of 209 BH with the new 290gr T-EZ and now getting 1" groups 3" high open sight at 90 yds. I'm so ready for deer season.
 

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I purchased a Knight Shadow 50 cal about 4 months ago and just stared shooting it to get ready for my season coming up. I started off shooting the 250gr Barnes TMZ with 209 BH and was not getting any good groups(like 6-8" groups). I tried 90 gr /100/ 110 gr loads and none worked. The TMZ were very hard to load, and fit tight. So I switched to the Barnes 290gr T-EZ bullets, much easier to load. I loaded 110 gr of 209 BH with the new 290gr T-EZ and now getting 1" groups 3" high open sight at 90 yds. I'm so ready for deer season.
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