Since it is a 1/48 twist - it is really versitile. Secondly since Idaho does allow sabots - It should shoot them just fine. I shoot a lyman 54 trade rifle and several TC 50's with sabots and they work great. I use Nosler 300 grain partitions for elk and they will do the work at hand. For target practice and plinking I drop back to the XTP bullets. On the other hand if you want to shoot conicals the 460 No Excuse is a great bullet.Rifle
Blue Ridge Percussion Rifles feature a drum and bolster system. These precision-rifled 39" browned octagonal barrels with 1 turn in 48" twist deliver exceptional precision with patched round balls, plus the .45 and .50 caliber will handle conical bullets surprisingly well. 8 lands and grooves (7 in .32 and .36 caliber). Locks are color case-hardened. Adjustable double-set, double-phase triggers. Buttplate and trigger guard are polished brass.
Overall length: 55".
.32 and .36 calibers: 7-3/4 lb.
.45, .50 and .54 calibers: 7-1/4 lb.