Federal's Power-Shok Low Recoil Cartridge

Federal's Power-Shok Low Recoil Cartridge

Federal worked directly with sister company Speer to come up with a 170-grain flatnose softpoint that is based on Speer's Gold Dot bullet technology. The new Low Recoil centerfire rifle cartridge delivers 2,000 fps and 1,510 ft-lbs of energy. Power-Shok Low Recoil will be available in .308 Win. and .30-06 Springfield. It will function in autoloaders and is effective on medium-size game out to 200 yards. Contact Federal Cartridge Company, Dept. RS, 900 Ehlen Drive, Anoka, MN 55303; (800) 322-2342; www.federalpremium.com.


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