Federal Premium Adds Hunter Match .22 Long Rifle Load

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posted on January 4, 2017
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Federal Premium's new Hunter Match 22 Long Rifle provides long-range accuracy and terminal performance—qualities serious small game and varmint hunters look for in a rimfire load. This new hollow-point lead bullet has been tuned for penetration and expansion out to 100 yards, and its high-velocity loading provides the flat trajectories and energy required to take down a designated target. A nickel-plated case ensures extraction and inhibits corrosion. 

Features 
  • 22 LR long-range hunting load for small game and varmints
  • Hollow point lead bullet tuned for penetration and expansion out to 100 yards
  • Loaded to high-velocity match-grade accuracy specification
  • Nickel-plated case for extraction and corrosion protection

For more information visit
federalpremium.com

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