Got 2 does already this year with my Omega ;D and Hornady .430 cal 240gr XTP hp's over 70gr 3f T7 lit by CCI small rifle primers in Variflames.Terminal performance was...extreme to put it mildly.I previously used MMP sabots and accuracy was quite good, right around 2 inches at 100 yards for 3 shots. I decided to try some Harvester sabots, plain not the crush rib type. They load with alittle more effort than the MMP's , but not objectionably so. Accuracy is another story. To date, if I clean properly between shots , my largest group was 2 inches and the average is right around an inch. My last 3 rounds today went into 3/8 inch , center to center at 100. Our bear season opens soon and I'm taking the Omega! I've heard it said that for best accuracy , keep the bullet diameter as close to caliber as possible. I dont know if anything has seriously changed in sabot technology , but I've never had .45's shoot with this level of accuracy and more importantly , with this consistency. Also , the thicker .44/50 cal sabots seem less effected by barrels heat than the thinner .45/50's.