Federal Premium to Offer Trophy Bonded Tip as a Component Bullet

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posted on August 10, 2017
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Federal Premium has announced that it will be offering its Trophy Bonded Tip as a component bullet for handloading. The line will be available in six popular caliber and weight options.

Shipments are now being delivered to dealers.

Based on the company's Trophy Bonded Bear Claw, Trophy Bonded Tip's design combines bonded construction, a solid copper shank, a boat-tail design and a high-performance polymer tip.

The following options will be available.

• .270 cal., .277” 130-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$34.95
• .270 cal., .277” 140-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$31.95
• 7mm, .284” 140-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$34.95
• 7mm, .284” 160-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$31.95
• .30 cal., .308” 165-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$31.95
• .30 cal., .308” 180-grain Trophy Bonded Tip, 50-count—$29.95

For more information, go to FederalPremium.com.

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