Category Archive: Shotgun Ammunition

Jan 08

Federal Ammo – The New Look of Authority

Federal, the world’s largest sporting ammunition manufacturer, is rolling out an exciting new look and feel as part of its continuing progression.

Jan 05

Federal Ammunition Will Launch 25 New Products at the 2019 SHOT Show

Federal Ammunition Will Launch 25 New Products at the 2019 SHOT Show ANOKA, Minnesota – January 4, 2019 – (AmmunitionVault.com) – Federal will launch more than two dozen new products within several lines during the 2019 SHOT Show (Booth No. 14551), January 22-25 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. “Last year, we introduced 25 …

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Aug 24

Rio Ammunition Releases New Patriot Pack with NRA

Rio Ammunition announces the launch of new packaging specifically to support the NRA Irving, Tx. (August 20, 2018) – (AmmunitionVault.com) – Manufactured in Marshall, Texas, the new Rio Patriot Pack features a distinctive outer sleeve design holding one hundred 12-gauge cartridges that are designed for wing and target shooting. The Patriot Packs also feature Rio’s …

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Aug 06

Aguila Ammunition Minishell Now on Shelves, Production Doubled

AGUILA AMMUNITION MINISHELL NOW ON SHELVES PRODUCTION DOUBLED TO MEET DEMAND CONROE, TEXAS – August 3rd, 2018 – (AmmunitionVault.com) – It’s the shotshell round that’s caught the attention of shooters worldwide – the original Aguila Minishell.  The popular shotshell load has been in such high demand since its launch in 2015 that within hours of arrival …

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Jul 17

Remington Arms Company Rolls Out Retro Peters Premier Blue

Remington Rolls Out Retro Peters Premier Blue Huntsville, AL – (AmmunitionVault.com) – Introducing Peters Premier Blue waterfowl ammunition. The Peters Cartridge Company was formed in 1887, sold to Remington in 1934 and now Remington is bringing back the retro style box, but with modern manufactured ammunition for today’s waterfowler. Peters Premier Blue contains round steel …

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