U.S. DHS Awards Federal Premium Ammunition .40-cal. HST Contract

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posted on March 2, 2018
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) recently awarded Federal Premium a major ammunition contract. Starting delivery in 2018, the contract provides for up to 180 million rounds of .40-cal. Tactical HST duty ammunition to multiple Department of Homeland Security law enforcement components and other federal agencies for up to five years. This contract will provide the organization’s agents and officers with .40 cal. duty and training ammunition. 

“Law enforcement and federal agencies put it all on the line for our safety and freedoms," said Mike Holm, said product director at Federal Premium."They should expect nothing less from their ammunition.”  

For more, visit federalpremium.com.

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