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Gold Medal Grand Plastic Loads Boost Performance on Clays

Federal Ammunition
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ANOKA, Minnesota - March 27, 2019 - Federal is broadening its Federal Premium Gold Medal Grand Plastic target shotshell line, offering competition clays shooters a whole new performance standard. Shipments have been delivered to dealers.

Gold Medal Grand Plastic delivers less felt recoil, more reliable ignition, improved shot hardness and excellent reloadability. Now there are even more options in the product line, with two new 24-gram international loads. Both feature the rigid PrimerLock head to improve primer sensitivity, SoftCell wad technology to cut felt recoil, and lead shot engineered to provide the optimum blend of hardness and density. The result is the most powerful and consistent patterns trusted by the world’s best shooters.

Features & Benefits
• 24-gram payload
• Two-piece wad utilizes SoftCell technology to decrease perceived recoil and produce more uniform patterns than one-piece designs
• Rigid PrimerLock head improves primer sensitivity, ensuring proper ignition in the event of a light hit
• Lead shot is engineered for the optimum blend of hardness and density for even patterns and maximum downrange power
• Integral base wad maximizes reloadability

Part No. / Description / MSRP
GMT119 7.5 / 12 gauge 2 ¾ inch 24 gram, 7.5, 1,335 fps 25-count / $11.95
GMT119 9 / 12 gauge 2 ¾ inch 24 gram, 9, 1,335 fps 25-count / $11.95

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