I shoot the .58 in a T/C/ Firehawk and they are definitely the most accurate conical I have shot in that rifle. I recently ordered the .50's to try in my Lyman Mustang. I will let you know how they shoot.
I just got the bullets in Monday. They shot very well with 80 grs of 777. But because of the corn I was limited to 40 yards. But I was impressed anyway with the accuracy. 1" group and I believe that it would have been a lot better if I would have taken the time to get a proper rest.
I will more than likely take these out this year to hunt, but to be honest I wish they were a little heavier... around 300 gr. My son is going to take my .58 out with the B.W.V and that is where these bullets really make the difference. These are devastating to say the least.
Elk have been killed close to roads where they could be loaded whole into the bed of a pickup. But it doesn't happen often and I'm not sure that is the experience that I long for. The type of elk hunting that I prefer requires rigorous physical exertion that can cripple someone who is not in shape. Being a college hockey player I have to be in at least fair physical condition most of the year but when one of my buddies got back from the Navy Seals he changed the way I think about physical...