Federal Premium Answers Call With Hunter Match 22 Long Rifle

By Dave Dolbee published on in Ammunition, News

If you are serious about rimfires, you know the difference between off the shelf and match grade ammunition. Federal understands the needs of shooters who demand the maximum accuracy and performance. To better serve this need, Federal Premium has introduced Hunter Match 22 Long Rifle. Here is the full release from Federal Premium.

Hunter Match 22 Long Rifle ammunition box

Federal Premium Ammunition is proud to announce its new Hunter Match 22 Long Rifle ammunition. The load raises the bar for high-performance rimfire hunting ammunition, providing true long-range accuracy and outstanding terminal effectiveness.

Serious small game and varmint hunters demand more than standard performance from their rimfire loads. The Hunter Match 22 LR hollow-point lead bullet has been tuned for optimum penetration and expansion out to 100 yards, and its high-velocity loading provides the flat trajectories and energy to take down any target. Its nickel-plated case ensures flawless extraction and inhibits corrosion.

Features & Benefits

  • 22 LR long-range hunting load for small game and varmints
  • Loaded to high-velocity match-grade accuracy specification
  • Nickel-plated case for reliable extraction and corrosion protection
  • Hollow point lead bullet tuned for optimum penetration and expansion out to 100 yards

Part No. / Description / MSRP

720 / Hunter Match .22 LR HV 40-grain HP, 50-count / $7.95

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Comments (3)

  • jim

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    I do not use .22 for plinking as I believe that one should use the same ammo for practice that one uses on a regular basis. Also at the price of .22s these, days, there isn’t much difference in price. But then , of course, I still have several “bricks that i paid $9.95 for! When the price returns to what it should be, maybe I’ll return to burning ammo in my AR-7.

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  • JSW

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    I dunno about paying $8 for 50 rounds of .22 unless it’s the only available option. Seems strange to me that this will ever be available in any serious quantity when store shelves still can’t get any serious supply of plain old 510s.

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    • Dave Dolbee

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      Don’t forget, that is MSRP. I am sure the street price, especially at Cheaper Than Dirt! will be much lower. ~Dave Dolbee

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