Federal Announces Fusion Handgun in 10mm Auto

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posted on December 30, 2019
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The popularity of handgun hunting has risen in recent years, its growth virtually concurrent with the explosion in interest in 10mm Auto. Federal has targeted both these markets with the debut of its Fusion Handgun in 10mm Auto.

With a molecularly fused bullet construction, meaning its uniform jacket is electro-chemically applied to the core, this 200-grain cartridge still boasts a muzzle velocity of 1200 fps. A skived, pre-programmed nose promises consistent expansion, alongside weight retention to aid penetration.

For more information on the new 10mm Auto Fusion Handgun, which has an MSRP of $27.95 per 20-round box, visit federalpremium.com.



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