Federal Hydra-Shok Bullets Available as Components

posted on May 3, 2019
Federal Premium Hydra-Shok, a popular choice in personal protection since its introduction in 1989, is now available as a component for reloaders. With its notched copper jacket and recognizable center post, Hydra-Shok has been a proven performer since its introduction, boasting reliable expansion. For a full listing of the bullet calibers and weights available, please see below:

Part No. / Description / MSRP
PB38HS129 / 357 cal. 129 gr., 100 count / $30.95
PB9HS124 / 355 cal. 124 gr., 100 count / $30.95
PB9HS147 / 355 cal. 147 gr., 100 count / $30.95
PB357HS158 / 357 cal. 158 gr., 100 count / $31.95
PB40HS165 / 400 cal. 165 gr., 50 count / $16.95
PB40HS180 / 400 cal. 180 gr., 50 count / $16.95
PB45HS185 / 451 cal. 185 gr., 50 count / $18.95
PB45HS230 / 451 cal. 230 gr., 50 count / $18.95

For more information on Federal ammunition, visit www.federalpremium.com.


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