I have had a Traditions inline for about 6 years now and I have never been able to get any type of decent group it so I have not hunted with it. It is a .54 caliber and I recently realized that is is a 1:48" twist not a faster twist like I previously thought. So my question is what should I shoot through this to optimize my accuracy. I was thinking round ball but where I hunt I have the opportunity to shoot upwards of 100 yards so I would like to know what would be the best type of bullet to try. I was thinking either a patched round ball or some type of conical bullet. I know every front stuffer likes a different diet (bullet/powder combo). I have plenty of time to experiment so what are your suggestions?