As a tribute to the company’s first century in business, Federal Ammunition has released a special, limited-edition book that breaks down its history, decade by decade, across 244 pages.
Federal Ammunition announced the winner of its 100-year anniversary celebration sweepstakes, who received more than 28,000 round of practice and training ammunition.
On August 18, United States Army Contracting Command awarded Federal Ammunition with a five-year contract to produce the AA40 5.56 NATO frangible ammunition (MK311 MOD 3) used by U.S. military branches during training.
A multi-million-dollar, 100,000 sq.-ft. expansion project is underway at Federal Ammunition, an effort company president states will "improve efficiency in our manufacturing process."
Federal Premium celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 18th by shutting down operations for the first time ever, giving family members of workers a chance to see the factory for themselves.
The last widely popular pistol cartridge intended specifically for concealed carry was the .380 ACP, designed more than 100 years ago by John Moses Browning for the 1908 Colt pistol. I have often looked with mild frustration at the .380 and the ubiquitous 9 mm Luger, our two most common “carry” pistol cartridges.
Federal has been a name in American ammunition production for a century, and today, it is still turning out ammunition for the American sportsman.