Federal Launches New Dual-Purpose Train + Protect Ammunition

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posted on August 2, 2017
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Federal Ammunition has launched Train + Protect ammunition, a new line of handgun loads designed for both practice and personal protection. The competitively priced ammunition features Federal’s versatile hollow-point (VHP) bullet and is available in three popular handgun cartridges and weight options.

The Federal Train + Protect VHP bullet design provides both precise, practical performance at the range, and instant, reliable expansion on impact. The result is the ideal combination for training as well as defending yourself and your loved ones. The new ammunition proudly honors the American birthright to bear arms with patriotic U.S.A. graphics on its packaging. 

Features:
• VHP bullet based on proven Federal hollow-point design 
• Reloadable Federal brass case
• Extremely reliable primer
• Loaded to produce consistent performance on the range and in defense situations

MSRP: $30.95-$66.95

For more information watch the video or visit federalpremium.com

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