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.50 Cal PowerBelt™ ELR Muzzleloader Bullets - 250, 270 & 330 Grain Bullets - AC1900AT

.50 Cal PowerBelt™ ELR Muzzleloader Bullets - 250, 270 & 330 Grain Bullets - AC1900AT

15 pack - Paramount ELR MZ Bullets
.50 Caliber - 250, 270 or 330 Grain Bullets

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Original price $27.00
Original price $27.00 - Original price $27.00
Original price $27.00
Current price $24.99
$24.99 - $27.00
Current price $24.99
Grain: 270 Grains


The .50 Caliber PowerBelt™ Paramount ELR Muzzleloader Bullets are revolutionary in design and performance. Made specifically for use with the CVA™ fast-twist muzzleloader rifles, the PowerBelt™ ELR bullets are designed for shooters who require long-range power and accuracy, without compromising ballistic performance. These .50 caliber bullets feature an incredibly high ballistic coefficient for flatter trajectories and higher velocities than other muzzleloader bullets on the market today. The extended ballistic tip is designed to enhance accuracy, ballistic coefficient, as well as proper expansion on game with minimal fragmentation.

The .50 Cal PowerBelt™ ELR full caliber bullets leave little plastic residue behind and can be shot up to eight times before the recommended barrel swab is required. They are exceptionally easy to load due to the bullets being manufactured .001” under bore diameter. The patented PowerBelt™ Snap-On Base gas seal eliminates gas blow-by, and at the same time gives optimal flight performance and down-range accuracy you require. The base of the Paramount bullet is designed for the higher powder volumes out of the Paramount Muzzleloader, offering a tighter gas seal, while still loading significantly easier than comparable sabots. 

The .50 Caliber PowerBelt™ Paramount ELR is the pinnacle bullet in the PowerBelt™ line with an aerodynamic-enhanced ultra-smooth finish, fluted, large-diameter gas check for an accuracy-enhanced tight fit, and smaller hollow-point cavity for controlled expansion. Powerbelt™ produces over 7 million muzzleloader bullets annually, making them the largest muzzleloading bullet manufacturer in the world.

Note: To ensure proper seating and to maintain optimal performance of the ELR bullet it is recommended to use the CVA Paramount™ ELR Bullet Loading Tip - AC1722. Purchase the loading tip here: ELR Loading Tip AC1722


Bullet Type
Bullet Weight
250, 270 OR 330 GRAINS
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Bullet Caliber


Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Brian Bower

I purchased a new cva accura LR-X and did quite a bit of research on loads and bullet combos. I didn't have a ton of time to work up a load so I started with some reccomendations I found online and started with 80 grains weighed of blackhorn with the 330grain ELR bullet. I can't express enough how good this combo shoots. I am getting less than 1in groups at 100yds just off of my bipod. I can't wait to get this gun on a bench this summer and do some experimenting but I really don't think I will be able to do much better. Can't express enough how happy I am with the accuracy. We will see how it does on game but I have high hopes.

Kyle Smith
Powerbelt ELR 270 bullet performance

This is a very accurate bullet through our CVA Wolf V2.
When doing our original sight in at 60 yards we had 2 bullet holes touching
at 60 yards. During practice sessions my wife averaged about 2" groups from 85 yards using shooting sticks and sitting on a stool. She shot her cow elk at 65 yards head on in the chest. The recovery distance was less than 50 yards. We did not recover the bullet because we were concentrating on skinning, quartering, and packing out.

had high hopes

My CVA Accura did not like these. Couldn't get a reasonable group at 100 yards with BH209. It was almost like they were hitting the paper sideways. Switched to the 340 gr. Hornady ELD-X and immediately had a 1.5" group with the same load off the same bench. Wanted to like these. Oh well. Too expensive to throw away, so I'll give them to my kid to try.

330 pb elr

Brand new lrx, new Williams globe sights. First shot 25 yrds! Bullseye! 2nd shot 100 yrds Bullseye! 3rd shot 100 yrds Bullseye! What a combo!!


I bought the new CVA accura and the 270 grain ELR bullets. I was shooting 150g imr white hotts and could not get the bullets to group whatsoever. They were all over the place. Shot 24 of them with cleaning about every 4 shots and I was all over the place. I was shooting from a bench with no movement. Not blaming the bullet, but my gun did not like that combo. I bought the Hornday Bore Drivers 290g and I had a group of 6 from 100 yards within an inch and a half of each other. 1 flyer was about 3 inches low but the rest were pretty much touching one hole. I don't know if i were to try loose powder if that would make a difference or not. According to the other reviews I am assuming it would. Good bullet just not right for my set up