Federal Ammunition Announces Special Edition 100th Anniversary Shotshell Packaging

Federal Ammunition Announces Special Edition 100th Anniversary Shotshell Packaging
Federal Ammunition Announces Special Edition 100th Anniversary Shotshell Packaging

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- In celebration of Federal Ammunition’s 100-year anniversary and rich history of shotshell manufacturing, the company is releasing four commemorative shotshell packages.

In Federal’s early years, shotshells were the heart of the lineup. Target loads went by many names and had many looks over the decades, from Hi-Power and Monark to Reliable and Champion, and many more. There are four different retro packaging designs to be released throughout 2022. These shells are offered in 12 gauge, shot size No. 8 in 25-count boxes.

“If you are a collector of hunting products or a fan of Federal Ammunition, you will want to make sure to add some anniversary-edition shotshell packages to your collection,” said Rick Stoeckel, Federal’s Product Director of Shotshell Ammunition. “Not only do these classic designs point back to the rich history of Federal Ammunition, but they will also look great on any display shelf or can be taken to the trap range.”

Part No. / Description / MSRP

  • TG12 8 / TOP GUN, 12GA 2 3/4-INCH, 1 1/8-OUNCE, 8 SHOT, 25-count / $10.99

In addition to the special-edition shotshell packaging, Federal is offering retro packing for some centerfire rifle and handgun products to celebrate the 100-year anniversary.

Federal ammunition can be found at dealers nationwide or purchased online direct from Federal. For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit www.federalpremium.com.


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Federal ammunition can be found at dealers nationwide or purchased online direct from Federal. For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit www.federalpremium.com

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DIYinSTL

Why put #8 shot in a box advertised as a skeet load? Skeet shooters rarely use anything but #9.

Oldman

I don’t know, but i have shot skeet and trap with # 7 1/2. Really doesn’t make much difference to my shotguns or my scores.

Oldman

I get that.. Duck loads have a much longer range and a much more trailing pattern, especially in a full choked barrel.

StLPro2A

Now hear this!!!
Quit with the SKU proliferation. Make more standard ammo.
That is all.

Bill

So glad to hear of special shotshells and packaging…..When one can’t find accutips anywhere! For the last couple of years!

Quatermain

that’s most distressing….I can remember some of those boxes…

PistolGrip44

They gonna pull a Winchester and charge ya $20 extra just for the ‘commemorative” packaging. I don’t allow myself to get gouged. Thankfully there are still good companies out there, like Norma, just for one.