500 Rounds Of Federal Premium Terminal Ascent Ammunition 6.5 PRC 130 Grain Polymer Tip Bonded Boat Tai
Terminal Ascent Ammunition
Federal Premium Terminal Ascent Ammunition allows you to go beyond what you ever thought possible. Any hunt. Any range. Bonded construction penetrates deep on close targets, while the patented Slipstream polymer tip initiates expansion at velocities 200 fps lower than comparable designs.
The bullet’s long, sleek profile offers an extremely high ballistic coefficient, and its AccuChannel groove technology improves accuracy and minimizes drag. Now available in a full selection of long-range hunting cartridges. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable nickel plated brass cases.
Match-grade long-range accuracy in a bonded hunting bullet
Extremely high ballistic coefficient
Exclusive Slipstream polymer tip helps flatten trajectories and initiate low-velocity expansion
Less wind drift and drop
AccuChannel groove technology minimizes drag
Copper shank and bonded lead core retain weight for deep penetration at any range
Made In United States of America
warning-icon WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Federal’s Terminal Ascent bullet could very well prove to be the best all-around hunting bullet made by anyone
The Federal Terminal Ascent hunting bullet is the best bullet the company has ever made. And it just might be the best all-around hunting bullet made by anyone, period.
The short video below shows a hunter taking a Texas aoudad at 600 yards with Federal Custom Shop Rifle Ammo loaded with a Terminal Ascent bullet. Other equipment used: Mesa Precision Arms Rifle, Swarovski Z8 Scope, Silencer Central Banish 30 Suppressor.
There’s some history that prompted the new bullet’s development. A couple years ago Federal introduced the Edge TLR (Terminal Long Range) bullet. It’s an outstanding big-game bullet and provides the best across-the-board on-impact expansion and penetration characteristics I’ve seen. As I wrote in the October 2018 issue of ST, I tested it exhaustively on a broad spectrum of African game from a wide range of distances.
As a long-range bullet, it had only one Achilles’ heel: Accuracy wasn’t quite what long-range shooters want. Although the Edge TLR bullet regularly produced one-MOA accuracy in rifles that liked it, the design was just that: a one-MOA bullet. Even in accuracy-tuned handloads in premium custom barrels, it was not a consistent sub-MOA projectile.
3000 Feet Per Second
2597 Foot Pounds
Bonded Polymer Tip
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Federal Terminal Ascent
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United States of America