Federal American Eagle Introduces Varmint & Predator Ammunition Bulk Packs

By Dave Dolbee published on in Ammunition

American Eagle and varmints spell “fun” any way you look at it. Well, unless you are the varmint I suppose… Varmint hunters like to shoot (a lot), but accuracy matters. Seldom will a song dog wait around to see if your accuracy improves, but a target at the range will. That’s why successful varmint hunters spend plenty of time punching paper too. Fortunately, with American Eagle’s new bulk ammunition packs, it just got a little easier to practice and sight in at the range with the same ammo you’ll be using in the field.

hunter wearing ghillie suit with rifle and pack

Here is the full release from Federal ammunition:

Federal Ammunition is pleased to announce new American Eagle Varmint & Predator loads, offered in 40- or 50-count bulk packs perfect for high-volume shooting. Shipments of this new product are now being delivered to dealers.

Combine accuracy, consistency, reliable performance on target and an affordable price tag, and the result is the perfect round for the avid varmint hunter. New American Eagle Varmint & Predator loads feature reloadable brass and Federal primers with a jacketed hollow point or Tipped Varmint bullet, depending on caliber. Both designs expand explosively on impact for maximum lethality.

Features & Benefits

  • Consistent, accurate performance
  • Explosive expansion on impact
  • Consistent primers
  • Reliable feeding and function
  • Highly reloadable brass cases
  • Bulk packs reduce in-the-field waste

Part No. / Description / MSRP

AE17HGTV / 17 Hornet 20-grain Tipped Varmint, 50-count / $52.95
AE22HGTV / 22 Hornet 20-grain Tipped Varmint, 50-count / $52.95
AE22350VP / 223 Rem. 50-grain JHP, 50-count / $33.95
AE2225050VP / 22-250 Rem. 50-grain JHP, 50-count / $52.95
AE24375VP / 243 Win. 75-grain JHP, 40-count / $46.95
AE308130VP / 308 Win. 130-grain JHP 40-count / $52.95

What’s your favorite predator/varmint load? Share it in the comment section.

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Comments (1)

  • Spencer Schultz

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    Since I never shoot game larger than varmints, a 22-250 has always been sufficient for me.
    To date the 53 gr. Hornady V-max shoots best from my Savage single shot LRPV dual port bolt action. Behind a near maximum load of Varget. When I do my part I easily get 5 shot groups 3/8 of an inch or smaller.

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