Ted Nugent Hi-Performance Hunting Ammunition

By CTD Suzanne published on in News

Ted Nugent is not only a guitar shredder, but a well-know target shredder and avid hunter. Uncle Ted’s show Spirit of the Wild is the Outdoor Channel’s number one hunting show. With his unabashed public view on our Second Amendment rights and a member of the Board of Directors of the NRA, it comes as no surprise that Ted Nugent has finally not only endorsed, but lent his name to a brand of hunting ammunition.

Ted Nugent Hi Performance Ammo

Ted Nugent Hi Performance Ammo

The Nug announced the custom ammo on his Twitter: “killer music killer attitude killer ammo for gungho killer shootists everywher git ya some”

Teaming up with Pierce Munitions and American Tactical Imports the ammunition is expects to be available through distributors and dealers in July. American Tactical Imports will be the distributer and Pierce Munitions is the manufacturer.

Pierce Munitions is located in New York and is making all the Ted Nugent Hi-Performance Hunting ammunition right here in the United States.

Ted Nugent Hi-Performance Hunting rifle ammunition features Barnes® Bullets, using Triple-Shock X (TSX™) and Tipped TSX™ (TTSX). Barnes TSX and TTSX bullets are well-known hunting bullets that take down game accurately and effectively. Pistol calibers use Speer Uni-Cor® bullets. Andrew Wright, Chief Marketing Officer of Pierce Munitions, LLC says, “combining these killer projectiles with meticulous testing, loading, and extreme quality control ensures that serious hunters will have the best load for their next hunting adventure.

Expect to see the following product line up in July:

  • 10 MM 180gr Speer® Uni-Cor® HP
  • .44 MAG 240gr Speer® Uni-Cor® HP
  • .223 55gr Barnes® TSX
  • .243 WIN 80gr Barnes® TTSX BT
  • .270 140gr Barnes® TSX BT
  • .300 WIN MAG 180gr Barnes® TTSX BT
  • .308 WIN 168gr Barnes® TTSX BT
  • .30-30 150gr Barnes® TSX FN
  • 50 BMG 647gr Barnes® TSX BT (Limited Edition)

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Comments (13)

  • William

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    I finally go my hands on two boxes of the 308 168 grain ttsx. I used the first box at the range to sight in my m1a. Fired the first ten at a target 25 meters away to get warm fuzzies about my zero. Next round went dead center at 100m, then I just went to town on all the targets I could with the remaining 9 rounds. hit most of my targets ( if I missed it was that I pulled the trigger not the ammo.) I still have a box left and seeing how I live in the people’s republic of California (where lead free ammo is required to hunt with) once I get my 5 round mag I’m going to take my military style rifle and ur this ammo for its intended purpose of putting food on my table by going boar hunting!
    Great ammo from a true patriot! It is the only bullet I’m using in my m1a from here on out!

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  • CHUCK TILLEY

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    From what I have read in the comments, And heard from the Ted Nugent hunting show, I must get a box of .308 168gr. real soon !

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  • Gary

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    If you want to make ammo, make something that is in demand and usually “out of stock”. I’d buy plenty of it. 7.7 Jap 174 grain. Look it up. See if you can find it. And let me know if you decide to give it a try.

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