Federal Premium Introduces Edge TLR All-Range Hunting Ammunition

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posted on August 18, 2017
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Federal Premium Ammunition has announced Edge TLR rifle ammunition, which combines features of top-match bullet designs with optimal bonding technology to achieve match accuracy and reliable expansion at extreme long range.  

High weight retention, deep penetration and lethal terminal performance at shorter distances are just a few of the benefits of the 
Edge TLR bullet, which uses the exclusive Slipstream tip to instantly initiate expansion. 

Features
• Match-grade long-range accuracy in a bonded hunting bullet
• High-performance polymer tip material provides the industry's highest heat resistance for the most consistent ballistics
• Extremely high ballistic coefficient with target bullet precision
• Exclusive Slipstream tip helps flatten trajectories and initiates low-velocity expansion
• Less wind drift and drop
• AccuChannel groove technology minimizes drag and improves accuracy
• Copper shank and bonded lead core retain weight for deep penetration at any range 
• Demonstrated expansion at out to 1,200 yards 

MSRP:
.308 Win. 175-gr. and .30-'06 Sprg. 175-gr.: $47.95
.300 Win. Mag. 200-gr. and .300 Win. Short Mag. 200-gr.: $59.95

For more information watch the video or visit federalpremium.com

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