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American Eagle Announces 6.8 SPC and 6.5 Grendel Varmint & Predator Loads

Federal Premium has announced that it will be expanding its American Eagle Varmint & Predator lineup with the addition of new 90-grain 6.8 SPC and 6.5 Grendel loads. The new loads are meant to combine accuracy, consistency and performance on target with an affordable price tag. Shipments of the new products are being delivered to dealers now.

2017 Ammunition Product of the Year: Hornady Precision Hunter

Most modern bullets use polymer tips, but polymer melts at 320-345 degrees Fahrenheit, while bullets can reach temperatures greater than 800 degrees during flight. To counter this, Hornady created the ELD-X hunting bullet with its Heat Shield Tip, which sports a melting point above 700 degrees and degrades far less, making for a more accurate bullet with a higher ballistic coefficient. The company then loaded it in its Hornady Precision Hunter ammo line.

Behind the Bullet: .243 Winchester

While there are many cartridges that can handle medium-sized game, the .243 Winchester sits at the top of the heap for good reasons: it’s accurate, easy on the shoulder and delivers enough energy for the task at hand.

How to Choose a Hog Hunting Cartridge

What's a "enough gun" for pig hunting? Craig Boddington has the answer.

Bullets for African Plains Game

You’ve probably heard that African dangerous game can absorb five hits from an Abrams tank and keep on charging. You’ve probably heard that kudu, eland, wildebeest and even impala are so tough from evading lions and leopards they’ll soak up bullets that would floor a North American brown bear. Nonsense.

Opinion: The .30-06 Sucks

Its time has come and gone.

Behind the Bullet: .280 Remington

If you’re in the market for a rifle that will cover the bases and cover them well, you could do an awful lot worse than a .280 Remington. If you shoot .280 Rem., you are already in the know.

Behind the Bullet: 7mm Remington Magnum

Remington’s 7mm Mag. came on the scene and won the hearts of many hunters looking to use a bullet of less than .30 caliber, and quickly overtook the .264 Win. Mag., forcing it into near-obscurity. And, in spite of the myriad attempts to produce a 7mm Mag. that will better the performance of the Remington version, it still maintains its seat at the head of table.

Video: Federal Premium's Edge TLR

Federal Premium has announced the arrival of its new Edge TLR product line, a dedicated series of long-range hunting ammunition. Using a polymer-tipped, boat tail bullet, with a small lead core at the front, the TLR bullet has shown to give consistent expansion at distances out to 900 yards, and while that is an extreme distance for a hunting bullet, it’s nice to know that even at lower velocities you’ll get good performance.

Behind the Bullet: .300 Remington Ultra Magnum

If you like having the biggest, largest and fastest of the .300 Magnums, the .300 RUM is certainly among the top of the heap. While not as efficient or cuddly as some of the milder cartridges, it will certainly put an exclamation point on the end of your hunting sentence.

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