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What is the best load you have tried in a TC Prohunter?

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What is the best load you have tried in a TC Prohunter?

Postby WPrather » Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:38 pm

I know every gun is different and none shoot the same. Just looking for ideas of what has worked best for others in there Tc Ptohunter, Encore or Triumph. Putting together a have to try that list for my new Prohunter XT barrel.

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Re: What is the best load you have tried in a TC Prohunter?

Postby muzzle-loader » Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:44 pm

One of the best bullets that I have found for the ProHunter is the Barnes 250gr T-EZ. If you want to use pellets, I'm a fan of the IMR White Hots and generally use 100 grains. If you're using loose powder, I have not tried Blackhorn in this gun, but I know that Triple Se7en with 110 grains works really well. With primers, I almost exclusively use the Federal 209A or the CCI 209 Magnums with all of my powders. That gun should be a tack driver, so have fun and let us know what you find for a load!
Happy Hunting and God Bless,

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Re: What is the best load you have tried in a TC Prohunter?

Postby markbl » Fri Jan 12, 2018 6:05 pm

You will probably get some more replies from others much more qualified than me, but I will also recommend the Barnes 250 gr TEZ. I use 100 gr of Blackhorn 209 ( by volume) in my Encore and I’m very satisfied with the performance. Great results on game too.
T/C 209x50 Encore Endeavor
Leupold Ultimate Slam 3-9x40
100grs. Volume BH209
Barnes 250gr. T-EZ

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