Federal Introduces New Upland Steel Loads

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posted on August 20, 2019
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Federal has announced the expansion of its Upland Steel ammo line to include lighter 12- and 20-gauge loads, ideal for doves and smaller upland game, especially in areas that require the use of non-lead shot.

Specifically designed to deliver the patterns and power hunters need for hard-to-hit birds at a price that keeps them shooting all day, Upland Steel loads are consistent and reliable, with high velocities that make the most of the steel payload.

Features:
• Quality steel payloads
• High velocities
• Reliable performance
• Priced for fast-paced, high-volume dove hunts and other upland game

New offerings include:
• 12-gauge, 2¾″, 1⅛ oz., No. 6, 1400 fps | MSRP: $9.95 per 25-rnd. box
• 12-gauge, 2¾″, 1⅛ oz., No. 7.5, 1400 fps | MSRP: $9.95 per 25-rnd. box
• 20-gauge, 2¾″, ¾ oz., No. 6, 1500 fps | MSRP: $8.95 per 25-rnd. box
• 20-gauge, 2¾″, ¾ oz., No. 7.5, 1500 fps | MSRP: $8.95 per 25-rnd. box

For more information, visit federalpremium.com.

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