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Federal Premium Ammunition is owned by ATK- Alliant Techsystems, Inc. which is based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Operating as a wholly-owned subsidiary of ATK, Federal is also a parent brand of Federal American Eagle which is commonly known as FAE.
Federal Ammunition focuses on manufacturing a full product line of shotshell, rimfire, and centerfire ammunition as well as components. Perhaps the brand that Federal Ammunition is best known for is its Federal Premium Ammunition brand. The Federal Premium brand reflects both cutting edge technology and a strong competitive presence among other flagship brands.
Federal traces its roots back to 1922 when Charles Horn took control of a small ammo plant in Anoka, MN. In the early days, Federal sold their ammo through a wide distribution network including grocery stores, bare shops, gas stations, as well as more traditional outlets. Through a continual focus on quality, Federal continues to set the bar for quality in all major lines of ammo.
Federal Ammunition is manufactured in Anoka, Minnesota just NE of Minneapolis.
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Got more than I paid for
Review by Jaron
Fast shipping as usual. I counted each and every round. Every single one looked in great shape. What makes it even better, I counted 1,012 rounds! Better to be over than under. Thank you.
(Posted on February 15, 2020)Review of 5.56x45 - 62 gr FMJ XM855 - Lake City - 1000 Rounds
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Review by JT556
This is my go to ammo for target time.
Price, quality and performance are all what one should expect from a bulk ammo !!
(Posted on February 14, 2020)Review of 5.56x45 - 55 gr FMJBT XM193 - Federal - 1000 Rounds Loose
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Review by Nick
Great price product as expected worked well would buy from here again
(Posted on February 13, 2020)Review of 12 ga - 2-3/4" HP Rifled Slug - Federal Power Shok - 250 Rounds
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Over good quality & performance, reasonable value
Review by Claude
Began using American Eagle on the the basis of Big Shots Lincoln Ne range owner recommendation as an ammo to start with and see how it went. I have a Beretta M92 9mm, and a Springfield XDs Mod 2 9mm. I average try to get to the range once a week (don't always make it), and I fire a 50 rds box (1 weapon), & on occasion 100's both weapons. It takes awhile to use a 1,000 rds I have just finished the first thousand of American Eagle and that I bought some time back. It has performed in an excellent manner no misfires, no jam/ejection problems, and seems so far to burn pretty clean. I am starting on a brick of Blazer Brass that I got from you awhile back because I hadn't seen the Eagle on sale, so it may be a bit before I get into the new brick of Eagle. I am also seeing what a weight change (115 vs 124) does all in all I have been happy with the performance of the ammo (if not with my proficiency) with said ammo.
(Posted on February 13, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain FMJ - Federal American Eagle - 1000 Rounds
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Nice folks to talk with for ammo questions thanks!
Review by Big matt
Good ammo good price great shipping
(Posted on February 12, 2020)Review of 327 Federal Magnum - 100 gr JSP - Federal - 50 Rounds
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Review by Rensew
I'm running these rounds through a Sig Sauer M400 TREAD. 0 jams, 0 misfires, 0 issues. It doesn't shoot too dirty for my needs and it hits my targets very accurately. I ran these in my TREAD until steam was pouring off the barrel, and nothing went wrong! I will definitely purchase another 500 rounds when the time comes.
(Posted on February 12, 2020)Review of 5.56x45 - 55 gr FMJBT XM193 - Federal American Eagle - 500 Rounds
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Good indoor ammo
Review by Tilley
Shoots much cleaner than a lot of bargain ammo.
(Posted on February 11, 2020)Review of 9mm - 147 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket FN - Federal Syntech Training Match - 50 Rounds
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Flat and Clean, but not bargain price
Review by Tilley
This ammo shoots flat and clean in my RIA 1911 double-stack, and I've never had any issues out of 1500 rounds. It's a bit pricey compared to bargain ammo, but to me the quality and performance are worth it. It's become my favorite ammo now.
(Posted on February 11, 2020)Review of 9mm - 150 Grain Total Synthetic Jacket (TSJ) - Federal Syntech Action Pistol - 50 Rounds
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Review by Tony
No issues, packaging was good, ammo looks new and in good condition. no feeding issues or bad rounds. This is my second time ordering from lucky gunner and I'll order again in the near future. I used to buy ammo from gun shows, Walmart or a local gun store. Walmart stopped selling the ammo I use, the gun shop prices were a little high and I didn't want to wait around for a gun show . I started looking for alternative solutions and found Lucky Gunner. Good overall experience.
(Posted on February 9, 2020)Review of 5.56x45 - 62 Grain FMJ XM855 - Federal - 600 Rounds Loose
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Honestly, 147 grain is just too slow for good expansion in a 9x19mm Luger platform.
Review by Satchmoeddie
If you want the "Goldilocks" zone for 9mm Parabellum ammo for defensive of offensive purposes, 147 grain is NOT IT. 124-135 grain expands better and you will want +P ammo too. 147 Grain is for people who, and I mean no offense, can't shoot NATO type ammo or 124 grain +P. The heavier projectile takes away so much velocity that expansion in animal tissue is mediocre at best. IF you are target shooting, 147 grain makes a nicer shooting with faster follow-up shots, easier shooting gun, but why buy the HSTs in 147 grain? Without the good, expansion of the 124 grain, it has NO VALUE at all! Your wasting a JHP round by propelling it that slowly. I bought some 124 grain, 124 grain +P and 147 grain HST, and the 147 grain is absolutely, without question THE WORST HST ammo you can buy. The quality is all there it's just a monumentally stupid product to make a 147 grain HST projectile based upon how easily it shoots. Ballistics gel is not skin, muscle, bone or organ tissue. It's glorified jello. I'll shoot 124 grain HST and carry it, but not 147 grain. It was woefully disappointing. It's not bad from a G34, or a G17 or a Sig X5 or a Sig X6, but at or below a 4 inch barrel, it really suffers badly from the lower velocity. In .40 S&W I dropped from 180 to 165 grain and the damage to animal tissue was improved. This one purchase I very much regret.
(Posted on February 9, 2020)Review of 9mm - 147 Grain HST JHP - Federal Premium Law Enforcement - 1000 Rounds
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THIS STUFF IS GARBAGE
Review by NJCOP
Like the other review this ammo is garbage. There is no consistency between rounds. Some are full power and many won't cycle the slide on my semi automatic pistol. I wouldn't recommend them at all. Remington 22lrs are at least all full powered. They may be okay for bolt action 22s but even then I encountered duds. They are good for failure drills other than that they $uck. Sorry but buy something else. Never had a problem with Federal center fire ammo but their rimfire is horrible even the American Eagle.
(Posted on February 8, 2020)Review of 22 LR - 36 Grain CPHP - Federal Ultra - 525 Rounds
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Review by Charlie
Three Days the ammo was on the porch fast
(Posted on February 6, 2020)Review of 22 LR - 36 Grain CPHP - Federal Ultra - 5250 Rounds
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Best consistent accuracy out of my 20" cylinder bore
Review by Jeff
I've tested many slugs and this is one of the Top 3 for accuracy and consistency. (Remington low recoil slugger also just as good). I much prefer the low recoil version for prolonged courses of fire out of a pump gun. May be a minor feature but I like the Blue hulls so I don't get the slugs mixed up with my red or green hulled buckshot. ( I think only the "law enforcement" version are blue and the standard "hunting"version are red. Appears to be the same exact load.)
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 12 Gauge - 2-3/4" 1oz Slug - Federal LE Tactical Truball - 5 Rounds
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Flite control wad the way to go in cylinder or improved cylinder
Review by Jeff
The flite control wad is a game changer in buckshot patterns. It increases my B-zone range in my 20" cylinder bore Ithaca 37 to 35 yds consistently with multiple test patterns. For some reason the 9 pellet FC patterns slightly better than the 8 pellet FC in my gun. I went with the 8 pellet due to in stock availability. Your results may vary. But, don't use a choke greater than improved cylinder (.010). Using a choke with Flight Control wad puts it at engineering odds.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 12 Gauge - 2-3/4" 00 Buck 8 Pellets - Federal Tactical LE with FliteControl Wad - 5 Rounds
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Worked For Me But High Price
Review by Mr. Zorg
I took a spike buck with this ammo using my 24" barrel Interarms Mark X commercial Mauser style rifle. Accuracy was spot on at 25 yards, perfect right side skull shot - right between the corner of the right eye and right ear hole. Bang-flop! No recovered bullet, it passed through the skull. The only thing that could be improved is the price for this ammo with a simple cup and core bullet. It's almost in the Federal Premium ammo price range in this caliber.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 25-06 - 117 Grain SP - Federal Power-Shok - 20 Rounds
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