Federal Premium Adds 13 Loads to Non-Typical Deer Hunting Lineup

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posted on July 30, 2017
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Federal Premium has announced the launch of its Non-Typical line of ammunition, which is specifically built with the American deer hunter in mind. It will feature 13 popular hunting cartridges and bullet weight options.

Non-typical uses an optimized soft-point bullet with a concentric jacket to provide accurate results and consistent, lethal wound channels.

At launch, the following loads will be available:

• .243 Win. 100-grain soft point
• .270 Win. 130-grain soft point
• .270 Win. 150-grain soft point
• .30-30 Win. 150-grain soft point
• .30-30 Win. 170-grain soft point
• .308 Win. 150-grain soft point 
• .308 Win. 180-grain soft point
• .30-06 Spring. 150-grain soft point
• .30-06 Spring. 180-grain soft point
• 7mm Rem. Mag. 150-grain soft point
• .300 Win. Mag. 150-grain soft point
• .300 Win. Mag. 180-grain soft point
• 6.5 Creedmoor 140-grain soft point

Non-Typical will ship with MSRPs ranging from $19.95 to $27.95.

For more information, go to FederalPremium.com.

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