Federal Premium Gold Medal Berger Ammunition Now Available

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posted on June 1, 2017
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Introduced at the 2017 NRA Annual Meetings & ExhibitsFederal Premium's Gold Medal Berger ammunition is now available.

The Gold Medal Berger loads feature an advanced boat-tail bullet with a high ballistic coefficient to provide the flattest trajectories, less wind drift and surgical long-range accuracy.

To get the most performance out of the bullet designs, these new loads use Gold Medal match primers, Federal brass and specially formulated propellant, and they adhere to Federal Premium’s strictest specifications for accuracy, pressure and velocity.

Features:
• Berger Juggernaut OTM, Hybrid OTM or BT Target bullet design, depending on caliber
• Most popular bullets at Precision Rifle Series events
• Extremely high ballistic coefficient
• Less wind drift and drop
• World-class long-range accuracy
• Gold Medal match primer
• Loaded to Federal Premium’s tightest specifications

MSRP: $32.95 or $34.95

For more information visit federalpremium.com

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