Fusion Safari Ammo

Fusion Safari Ammo

The Fusion Safari bullet is a boattail design with a jacket that is electro-chemically applied to the core.

Fusion now offers loads specifically engineered for safari hunters. The loads are matched ballistically to Federal Premium's Trophy Bonded Bear Claw for easy interchangeability, but at a very affordable price. The Fusion Safari bullet is a boattail design with a jacket that is electro-chemically applied to the core and thus it provides high weight retention, deep penetration, and rapid energy dump. Internally skived, the Fusion Safari bullet offers consistent, preprogrammed mushrooming.

Fusion Safari ammo is offered in .375 H&H (300-grain bullet at 2,400 fps), .416 Remington (400-grain bullet at 2,400 fps), .416 Rigby (400-grain bullet at 2,300 fps), .458 Winchester Magnum (500-grain bullet at 2,090 fps), and .458 Lott (500-grain bullet at 2,300 fps). MSRP per 20-round box: $73.95 (.375 H&H), $93.95 (.416 Rem.), $111.95 (.416 Rigby), $102.95 (.458 Win. Mag.), and $109.95 (.458 Lott).

CONTACT: Fusion Ammo, 800-831-0850, www.fusionammo.com

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