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Federal Ammunition Introduces New Mobile Ballistics App

Federal Ammunition Introduces New Mobile Ballistics App

Federal Ammunition's new enhanced mobile app is a powerful tool to help hunters and shooters streamline and maximize all facets of the shooting experience.

"Technology drives everything at Federal Ammunition. This all-new app brings a range of advanced tools to one convenient place and allows you to access them even while offline. With the new Federal Ammunition app, hunters and shooters can quickly and easily determine the trajectory for any rifle or handgun load, and save the data for future reference. Plus, the app allows you to identify which ammunition to use in a variety of shooting situations, locate your closest Federal dealer and find a nearby shooting range where you can enjoy all the benefits of Federal's industry leading products." - Federal Senior Digital Marketing Manager Angie Sullivan

Compatible with Apple and Android smartphones and tablets, the new ballistics app features updated ballistic calculator data and the ability to save ballistics, plus updated ammo recommendations and a fresh, new, user-friendly design.

The ballistics app also offers detailed information on the components and technology that set Federal Premium products apart from other ammunition.


Consumers can get the app through the iTunes Store or Google Play.


For more information about Federal Ammunition and the new ballistics app, go to www.federalpremium.com.

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