45-70 350gn Round Nose Flat Point Bevel Base .458

$55.00 not inc.

45-70 350gn Round Nose Flat Point Bevel Base .458 150 per Box



45-70 350gn Round Nose Flat Point Bevel Base .458 150 per Box
$55.00 / Box
$367.00 / 1000

9 thoughts on “45-70 350gn Round Nose Flat Point Bevel Base .458”

  1. Hi guys,

    I am in the process of purchasing a 4570 and should have it at home and in the safe in the next month or two.
    I am wondering what your 350 grain round nose flat pointed beveled base projectiles would be like? How do they perform on pigs, goats and deer? I would also be looking into your heavier rounds of 500 grains later for water buffalo and scrub bulls. Could you answer me the following? What is expansion like and at what velocities needed for the 350grain, when will these be available? Do you have a picture I can see? How accurate will these rounds be? Are they suitable for hunting or more of a target round?

    1. Hi Jeremy,
      Thank you for your inquiry about Black Widow Projectiles.
      We have no idea what people use these projectiles on, so really can’t help you with any feedback in that regard.
      These projectiles are available now, we just don’t have photo’s up yet; must get onto that. We’ve had good feedback on the accuracy of all of our projectiles, including the larger grain sized ones. The coating is guaranteed by the manufacturer up 3000 fps.
      Hope this is of some help to you.
      for Black Widow Projectiles

    2. Hello,

      I’ve used these 350 gn RNFP on pigs out of my Marlin 1895 with a mild load of ADI AR2207(30.2 gn). They flatten pigs, even using a mild plinking load like this.

      Every shot was a pass through, biggest pig was around 70kg.

  2. Hi guys, I’ve been using the 405gr projectiles out of my 45-70 chambered Marlin 1895 lever action rifle. With 13gr of Trailboss they are great subsonic, soft-recoil ‘plinkers’ with easy sub-MOA accuracy. With an AR2207 powder load (check loading data for specifics) they would be good game loads at higher velocities.

    1. Hi Bailey,
      Thank you for your feedback. We often get people asking for info about loads, so this may be of some help to someone, sometime.
      for Black Widow Projectiles

  3. I have a 45-70 1895 Marlin are waiting on an order I’m sure they will perform the 1895 is a very formidable accuracy wise and packs a punch have used it on pigs since the late 1970s it stops them have used your projectiles in 32-20 and 44-40 love them big plus there Australian made

  4. Hi guys,
    I have never loaded hard cast projectiles before, can these be used just like a jacketed bullet or do they require extra cleaning or lubricant.


    1. Hi Marc,
      Our projectiles can be loaded normally, not requiring any cleaning or lubricant. The coating acts a lubricant, as well as protecting your barrel from leading.
      for Black Widow Projectiles

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