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Barnes Introduces T-EZ Muzzleloader Bullets

Oct. 2008

The easier-loading bullets make faster follow-up shots possible — a real advantage for hunters.

Barnes now offers the T-EZ — a new, easier-loading version of its popular Spit-Fire MZ muzzleloader bullet. Featuring a new, specially designed sabot, Barnes' Spit-Fire T-EZ muzzleloader bullets are easier to load, even in tight or fouled bores. The new sabot reduces ramrod pressure required to load and seat these .50-caliber, flat-base bullets. The easier-loading bullets make faster follow-up shots possible — a real advantage for hunters.

T-EZ bullets deliver the same match-grade accuracy all Barnes' MZ bullets are famous for. The sabot creates a tight seal with the bore, preventing accuracy-destroying gas blow-by. Consistent shot-to-shot velocities produce tighter groups than competing bullets deliver.


These 100% copper bullets feature a polymer tip that enhances expansion and gives the bullet a higher ballistic coefficient for superior long-range performance. They expand at both high and low velocity, delivering deadly results at close or extended range. On impact, T-EZ bullets create six razor-edge cutting petals that maximize shock and penetration. They typically retain 100% of their original weight (excluding tip) and pass-through penetration.


The new Spit-Fire T-EZ offers maximum accuracy, expansion and penetration. It outperforms other muzzleloading bullets in every way. Now, muzzleloaders with a tight bore can load a little easier and still achieve top performance.

Barnes recommends using the Barnes no. 05007 Aligner Tool when loading this bullet.




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