Federal Premium Introduces New Ammunition

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posted on April 27, 2017
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Federal Premium is introducing a lineup of new high-performance products at the 2017 NRA Meetings and Exhibits Show in Atlanta, Ga., April 27-30, 2017. The introductions include Federal Premium Gold Medal Berger, Federal Premium Edge TLR, Federal Non-Typical and Federal Train + Protect.

The Edge TLR uses an exclusive Slipstream polymer tip to trigger expansion at extreme distances. On closer targets, the copper shank and bonded lead core retain weight for consistent, lethal penetration. Ballistics are likewise flawless. Credit the Edge TLR bullet’s sleek boat-tail design, secant ogive and unique AccuChannel grooving, which trim drag to an absolute minimum. Available in 308 Win., 30-06 Spring., 300 Win. Magnum and 300 Win. Short Magnum.

Elite long-range shooters will appreciate Federal Premium’s new Gold Medal Berger loads. The rounds feature a Berger bullet with high ballistic coefficient for flat trajectories, less wind drift and surgical long-range accuracy. Available in 223 Rem., 6.5 Grendel, 6.5 Creedmoor and 308 Win.

Federal Non-Typical center-fire rifle ammunition is designed specifically for diehard whitetail hunters. An optimized, soft-point bullet with concentric jacket provides tag-punching accuracy and lethal wound channels on any buck, anywhere, anytime.

Federal Train + Protect honors the American birthright to bear arms with a versatile hollow-point (VHP) design that delivers precise, practical performance at the range while ensuring instant, reliable expansion on impact. The result is the ideal combination for training as well as self-defense.

For more information visit federalpremium.com

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