Federal Ammunition Announces American Eagle Varmint & Predator Bulk Packs

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posted on March 29, 2016
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Federal Ammunition has announced plans to offer consumers 40- and 50-count bulk packs of its American Eagle Varmint & Predator loads this spring. Shipments of the new bulk packs are being delivered to dealers now, and will be ready for high-volume varmint shooting this spring and summer.

The new American Eagle Varmint & Predator loads feature reloadable brass and Federal primer with a jacketed hollow point or Tipped Varmint bullet, depending on caliber. Both designs are meant to expand explosively on impact.

The bulk pack line will include:

• 17 Hornet 20-grain Tipped Varmint, 50-count—$52.95
• 22 Hornet 20-grain Tipped Varmint, 50-count—$52.95
• 223 Rem. 50-grain JHP, 50-count—$33.95
• 22-250 Rem. 50-grain JHP, 50-count—$52.95
• 243 Win. 75-grain JHP, 40-count—$46.95
• 308 Win. 130-grain JHP 40-count—$52.95

For more information, go to FederalPremium.com.

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