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Harvester® Saber Tooth™ Belted Bullets - 270 & 350 Grain - .50 Caliber Saboted Bullets

Harvester® Saber Tooth™ Belted Bullets - 270 & 350 Grain - .50 Caliber Saboted Bullets

.50 Caliber big game premium hunting bullets
Accurate and deadly on target performance

Original price $16.99 - Original price $16.99
Original price
$16.99 - $16.99
Current price $16.99
SKU ST75027
Grain: 270 Grain / 15 Pack


The Harvester® Saber Tooth Bullets provide superb, consistent accuracy, as one of the best performing muzzleloading hunting bullets available on the market today.

Easy to Load Saber Tooth Bullets have an electroplated copper jacket that will not separate from the lead core when striking the target like most jacketed bullets, and the high-pressure sabot ensures a consistent gas seal for reliability and downrange performance. The bullet shoots with exceptional accuracy and expands rapidly on target delivering devastating terminal performance. The exposed core at the tip of the bullet is the key to the rapid expansion of the Saber Tooth bullet and has been proven to take down game right where they stand over and over again.


Bullet Weight
270 OR 350 GRAINS
Package Quantity
12 OR 15 PACK
Sabot Caliber
Bullet Diameter


Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Elefar G.
Best I've used

Used these since 2006 when I took my Rocky Mt Billy Goat. Wanted 300 gr but all they had was 250 so I took them, sighted in and shot my 9 7/8" billy and have used them ever since! Don't have to rainbow them like the heavier bullets and they are devastating!
Absolutely recommend!

Great Accuracy out of a Knight

Tried these out this year for our upcoming elk hunt in CO. with 100 grains of black horn 209 these printed with open sights a 2.5 inch group. At 100 yards. More than accurate enough for our uses

Gnohmpolaeon! (Pen Argyl, PA)
Seem Alright

It's not a super accurate bullet but, it's also beaten to hell out of the box. Dented all to heck. So I'm pretty confident it's not a structural or balance defect they're simply not aerodymically consistent.

It's really not very noticeable.

My gripe, the reason I knocked off a star is because the sabot sleeves don't affix to the bullet.

Once you open the pack, you'll want to take your fingers or a pliers and deform the leaf lips inward and then press the bullet back into the plastic sabot. Otherwise the bullet will, i say, will come free from the sabot. Alternatively a tiny dallop of lock tight worked.

It's honestly easier to press the leaf lips in so the bullet friction locks.

Anthony (El Cajon, CA)
Copper plated, not an actual copper jacket

Worst lead round out there. Not worth the price. The gas seal falls off when you pick them up half the time. I swear I've had the gas seal fall off while I'm shoving it down the barrel. Not accurate at all, don't matter the grain. The heavy and light one both suck compared to any Powerbelt, Hornady or TC. They're good for paper weights and that's about all. Inaccurate at every distance and every powder load you can try. They don't shoot well out of the Traditions Deerhunter with the twist of 1:48

No accurate

Me and a friend shot these bullets out of three different muzzleloaders and we had issues with accuracy out past 50 yards. The bullets are so easy to load that I was hoping they would be my new bullet, unfortunately not.