Federal Adds to Power-Shok Copper Lineup

posted on July 17, 2017
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Federal Ammunition has added a pair of new options to its Power-Shok Copper lineup, providing hunters with the same consistency of original Power-Shok loads in a non-lead bullet. New 180-gr. .300 Win. Short Mag. and 180-gr. .300 Win. Mag. rounds join existing .243 Win., .270 Win., .308 Win. and .30-'06 Sprg. Power-Shok Copper offerings. 

The loads’ accurate, hollow-point copper projectile creates large wound channels, and the Catalyst lead-free primer provides the most efficient and reliable ignition possible.

• New .300 Win. Short Mag. and .300 Win. Mag. loads
• Lead-free copper bullet construction
• Hollow-point design expands consistently
• Accurate, reliable performance
• Large wound channels and efficient energy transfer to the target
• Federal brass 
• Catalyst lead-free primer provides the most efficient ignition 

$39.95 for .300 Win. Mag. 180-gr. copper
$45.95 for .300 Win. Short Mag. 180-gr. copper

For more information visit federalpreium.com


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