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Federal Ammunition’s New Gold Medal CenterStrike 223 Rem Match Loads Now Available

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ANOKA, Minnesota - December 7, 2023 - Federal Ammunition introduced a new product line of match-grade centerfire rifle ammunition in the Spring of 2023: Federal Premium Gold Medal CenterStrike. These new match-grade loads feature a proprietary open tip match design, sleek profile and extremely tight specifications for the ultimate long-range accuracy and consistency. The new 77-grain, 223 Rem. load is currently shipping to dealers. The 168-grain and 175-grain, 308 Win. loads, and the 140-grain, 6.5 Creedmoor have been shipping since earlier this year.

“The new CenterStike product line continues the tradition of Gold Medal standards delivering industry-leading accuracy in factory-loaded ammunition,” said Federal Centerfire Rifle Ammunition Product Line Manager, Eric Miller. “CenterStrike features a new Open Tip Match bullet that will allow us to expand our Gold Medal product lineup with more options and is ideal for any target shooter looking for long-range accuracy and consistent performance.”

Summary of features include: Precision-built OTM bullet design; High ballistic coefficient design; Held to Federal’s tightest specs for accuracy, pressure, and velocity; Gold Medal primers and brass; Specially formulated propellant; Available in 308 Win., 6.5 Creedmoor and 223 Rem; 20-round boxes; MSRP: $37.99-$47.99.

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