Hey gang...I just pulled a tag for a cow elk in GMU 20, Colorado (the Rabbit mountain open space cull hunt). Man, talk about jumping through hoops. The hunt is in Boulder country so the folks there get to set some rules that don't apply to other hunts here. The one that I'm concerned with their requirement that I will be using non-toxic bullets instead of lead. I've always used full sized (not sabots) Powerbelt aerotips (copper plated over lead) so this saboted solid copper thing is a whole new deal. Barnes makes solid copper bullets, but they aren't full sized to my bore, they are Sabots. One type they have, a TEX I believe, is 250 grains, another, an MZ, is 300 grains. My question is; Has anyone here used these bullets and how do they perform? I haven't shot sabots and see that they are .45 caliber designed to fit my .50 caliber Omega. Are they less accurate than regular conicals? Anything I should watch for or be concerned with?? Thanks for any help anyone can offer on this question.