Thread: Omega .45
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Old January 7, 2013, 09:21 PM   #8
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I've owned two TC Omegas and they were not hard to load. Again, you need to match the sabot to the bullet. There are thick and thin sabots for each caliber and some bullets are a thousandth over or under, and labeled that way. Just stacking the tolerences up the wrong way can make them a bear to load and stacking them the other way can make the bullet/sabot just drop down the barrel (not actually "drop" but go down very easy). Check out MMP as suggested and also Harvester sabots. I use both for different bullet/sabot combinations. Both my TC's shot great but I switched to a smokeless Savage ML2 a few years back to try something different. All are good guns.
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