Federal Premium Adds 6.5 Grendel to Fusion MSR Lineup

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posted on July 25, 2017
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Federal Ammunition has announced a 120-gr. 6.5 Grendel load in its Fusion MSR lineup. The new load is designed for deer hunters, and is shipping to dealers now, just in time for preparation for the 2017 season. 

The cartridgefs are specifically designed for hunting, performing to their ballistic peak through 16" barrels for AR-15 platforms. 

Features and Benefits
• New 120-gr. 6.5 Grendel
• Primer, propellant, bullet and case are optimized for hunting in MSR actions
• Flawless feeding and function
• Skived bullet tip for long-range expansion
• Molecularly-fused jacket around a pressure-formed core produces excellent accuracy

Part No. / Description / MSRP
F65GDLMSR1 / 6.5 Grendel 120-grain Fusion / $29.95

For more, visit FederalPremium.com.

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