If you experience accuracy problems with standard sabots and hotcharges, the HPH Series may be the sabot of choice for you.
HPH Sabots are designed and manufactured to enhance accuracy with hot powder charges. In .50 caliber rifles and charges exceeding 100 grains of Black powder or equivalent of Pyrodex or the higher or hotter powder charges recommended by Savage for the 10ML-II.
Different Loaded Diameter
The big difference between Black HPH/12 and HPH/24 is that the HPH/24 is .002” smaller in loaded diameter (the diameter of sabot with a bullet inserted). With a .452 diameter bullet the HPH/12 is .507-.508” diameter, the HPH/24 is .505”-.506” diameter. If you have a tight loading rifle you may want to choose the HPH24 or if you have a very tight rifle, consider our 3Petal-EZ.
If you shoot a Savage muzzleloader with smokeless powder the HPH/24 may not fit tight enough to consistently ignite the smokeless powder. The HPH/12 is the stronger of the two sabots although both usually shoot very well with hot charges.
50 pcs per bag