Federal Launches Syntech Component Bullets for Handloaders

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posted on August 16, 2017
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Federal Ammunition has announced it is now offering popular American Eagle Syntech Total Synthetic Jacket (TSJ) bullets as components for handloading, allowing both competitive and casual shooters to load Syntech to their own specifications and pressures. The competitively priced component bullets are available in three popular handgun caliber options. 

With an exclusive TSJ polymer jacket that eliminates copper fouling and decreases heat and friction, Syntech loads have broadened the range ammunition category, offering clean, accurate, consistent performance, as well as less splash-back on steel targets. 

Features 
• Polymer-encapsulated Syntech bullet prevents metal-on-metal contact in the bore
• Eliminates copper and lead fouling
• Decreases heat and friction, extending barrel life
• Significantly reduces the required frequency of cleaning
• Absence of a copper jacket minimizes splash-back on steel targets 
• 100-count packs

MSRP: 
9 mm, .355” 115-gr. Syntech, 100-count / $16.95 
40 cal., .400” 165-gr. Syntech, 100-count / $18.95 
45 cal., .451” 230-gr. Syntech, 100-count / $21.95

For more information visit federalpremium.com

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