Federal Premium and CCI Ammo

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posted on January 17, 2013
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Hey, can you hear that? Neither can we. It seems that keeping the peace is also important to CCI ammunition, evident by its wildly popular CCI Quiet 22 line of ammo that was introduced last year. For 2013, the Quiet 22 is now available in segmented hollow point suitable for targeting small game. Now folks out in the field won't get as much of an earful as you tackle a little early morning varmint control.

But the folks at Federal Premium didn't stop there when it comes to noise control. How about subsonic ammo designed especially for your firearm that supports a suppressor? The American Eagle brand brings quiet to a whole new level, available in the popular calibers of .22 LR, 9 mm, .45 and .300 Blackout. All you will be able to hear is the cycling of your firearm.

Federal Premium is now offering its HST line, which was previously restricted to the law enforcement community, to the general public. Check out available calibers at Federal Premium.

And finally, rounding out the "something for everyone" offerings, check out the new Fusion MSR (modern sporting rifle) line of hunting ammo. It comes in some of your favorite calibers, including .223, 6.8 spc, .308 and .338 Federal.

For more, go to Federal Premium Ammunition and CCI Ammunition, or watch the video from SHOT Show below.

 

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