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From Federal Ammunition . . .

Federal Ammunition is proud to announce its new Federal Premium High Over All (HOA) shotshell product line. HOA offers competitive shooters the best plastic shotshell product on the market. The product has been featured at regional and national events and will be showcased again at the Minnesota HOA State Championship Shoot held at Minnesota Horse and Hunt Club in Prior Lake, Minnesota, August 27-29.

“We are excited to build on the great momentum of this new product line. Competition shooters have been asking for a new competition load from Federal—and we’ve delivered with the best ever. ” said Jason Vanderbrink, Federal Ammunition’s President. “Top shoots across the country have been buzzing about our new HOA product and we look forward to rolling it out over the next months leading up to the National Sporting Clays Tournament in Texas.

Federal Premium High Over All leaves a trail of shattered targets in its wake and more reloads per shell. It’s hard, high-antimony lead payload and exclusive one-piece Podium wad produce the most consistent patterns, while the solid brass head and tapered, one-piece hull make reloading easier than ever. From beginners to elite and all shooters in-between, it’s the ultimate load for anyone wanting to knock more clay targets at the range. The complete list of sixteen 12-gauge, 2 3/4-inch offerings have a wide range of payloads, velocity, dram and shot sizes to accommodate the needs of any discipline of competitive shooting. A full line up of sub-gauge offerings is set to follow in 2022.

During the Minnesota HOA event, several Federal engineers, ambassadors and shooters will be on hand to showcase the product. Competition shooters on Team Federal which include Derrick Mein, Janet McDougal, Cameron Hicks, Curt Halbakken and Gregg Wolf will be there to compete in the championship.

For more information on all products from Federal or to shop online, visit

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    • Ammo is out there, slowly.

      Saw an ad yesterday for Blaser aluminum cased 9mm for .36 a round, not including shipping.

      It’s like gasoline, spikes up hard and fast, and only gets cheaper when nobody buys it at the asking price…

  1. How about concentrating on getting basic ammo on the shelves instead of trying to fill a tiny niche.

    • Competition shotgun sports are anything but a “tiny niche”. I believe high school trap is the fastest growing youth sport.

  2. Federal is cutting out the distributors in favor of selling direct online at exorbitant prices. Textbook price gouging. It would be nice if gun owners remember this once the current shot shell shortages end. Not likely.

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  4. “Federal Premium High Over All leaves a trail of shattered targets in its wake…”

    That’s what I need for Trap- ammo that breaks the birds all by themselves. Perfect.

  5. I liked Winchester aa trap but bought federal instead because it was cheaper because it was cheaper because it was cheaper.
    I guess the price can be whatever it wants to be.

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