Federal Adds Fusion MSR 300 Blackout

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posted on July 14, 2017
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Designed for deer hunters, Federal Ammunition has aded a new 150-gr. 300 Blackout load to its Fusion MSR lineup. 

The cartridges are specifically designed for hunting, performing to their ballistic peak through the 16" barrel AR-15 platform, transferring tremendous energy on impact for maximum knockdown power.

Features & Benefits
• New 150-gr. 300 Blackout
• Primer, propellant, bullet and case are optimized for hunting in MSR actions 
• Flawless feeding and function
• Skived bullet tip for long-range expansion
• Molecularly-fused jacket around a pressure-formed core produces excellent accuracy 

MSRP: $25.95

For more information visit federalpremium.com

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