New Federal Premium Mobile Ballistic App

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posted on June 10, 2015
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Federal Premium Ammunition has launched a new mobile ballistics application compatible with both Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. The App contains four key user functions: a Ballistics Calculator, Load Recommendations, Where to Buy and Where to Shoot (using the National Shooting Sports Foundation's "WhereToShoot.org" site).

"Our app is a great on-the-go tool for everyone from beginners to avid shooters," said Federal Premium Ammunition Category Director Rick Stoeckel. "From recommending the ideal load for any species or shooting need, to calculating ballistics and finding ranges and retailers, our new app will help enhance anyone's shooting or hunting experience."

The app is available through iTunes store or Google Play.

For more information about Federal Premium and the Ballistics App, visit federalpremium.com. Federal Premium is a brand of Vista Outdoor, Inc.

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