I am intrigued by bullets. We spend lots of money and countless hours on gear and rifles and it all comes down to the bullet. I just found out Barnes has a new heavy jacketed 400 grain 45-70 bullet called the Barnes Buster. It is susposed to be designed for hogs, bears and buffalo. They claim deep penetration, maximum weight retention and minimal expansion. I can't find info on the jacket thickness. Almost sounds like a cross between a hard cast and soft nose bullet. A mere 68.50 for a box of 50 and their site claims free shipping to any of the 50 states on all orders over 75 bucks. Is it the 45-70 bullet I have always wanted, sounds like it. They say hand gun bullets in .44, .45 and .500 will be available in mid 2009. I have a couple of Marlin 45-70's. One of them is a 26" octagon barreled beauty that I need to shoot a moose with. If any of you start using this bullet please post your info. I better buy another 5 lb. keg of H322!