Federal Premium Bolsters American Eagle Rifle Ammunition Offerings

Adam Scepaniak
by Adam Scepaniak

Federal Premium is always looking for new categories, calibers or cartridges to provide shooters with more ammunition. Not every new introduction has to be a reinvention of the wheel though. Sometimes just keeping up with what’s hot can be a difficult enough task by itself. What’s hot right now is absolutely 6.5 Creedmoor, the darling caliber for long-range shooters; .224 Valkyrie, which has screamed onto the scene as fast as the cartridge itself; and .223 Remington which may never fall out of favor because of the popularity of modern sporting rifles. All of these calibers are given some love through the American Eagle line-up of ammo with some new grain weight offerings.

  • .223 Remington 75 Grain FMJ | AE223T75 | MSRP $12.95
  • .224 Valkyrie 75 Grain FMJ | AE224VLK1 | MSRP $13.95
  • 6.5 Creedmoor 120 Grain BTHP | AE65CRD2 | MSRP $26.95

These offerings are being immediately integrated into the American Eagle family of rifle ammo and are due for immediate shipment to dealers who intend to stock it. Federal Premium offered up their own short-n-sweet spec list to let consumers know the simple, but necessary components that go into this line of ammo.

  • Accurate Bullets
  • Reload-able Brass
  • Consistent Primers
  • Reliable Feeding & Function
  • Priced for High-Volume Shooting

Many of us likely have already deposited some lead down range that was the American Eagle variety. Headquartered out of Anoka, MN and known the world over for making good quality ammo this simply adds to that history and longevity.

Some final words that Federal Premium had to share about the select new cartridge offerings are as follows:

American Eagle rifle ammunition offers consistent, accurate performance at a price that’s perfect for high-volume shooting. The already expansive line has grown for 2018, adding some of the most popular calibers on the market, including the all-new, Federal Premium-designed 224 Valkyrie, as well as 6.5 Creedmoor and 223 Rem. All feature quality bullets, reloadable brass cases and dependable primers.

Adam Scepaniak
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  • TP TP on Apr 18, 2018

    A 6mm Creedmoor load needs to be added.

  • True Born Son of Liberty True Born Son of Liberty on Apr 19, 2018

    It’s urgent that we force ALL FIREARMS MANUFACTURERS AND ACCESORY MAKERS TO IMMEDIATELY CEASE DOING BUSINESS WITH DICKS AND THEIR SUBSIDIARIES. That includes, but is not limited to shotguns and ammo sales to their parent corporation. Dick’s must be driven into bankruptcy.