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Listen. Laugh. Learn. Every “It’s Federal Season” podcast pulls from Federal’s nearly 100 years of ammunition manufacturing. Get the latest news, tips from our team of ambassadors, technical info from our in-house ammo experts, and much more.
Whether you’re looking to fill the tag of a lifetime or just the freezer, you need ammunition built for your hunt. We have you covered with a range of rifle loads that deliver the performance you demand.
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IT’S FEDERAL SEASON FACT
Hunters and anglers provide more than 75 percent of the annual funds for many of the 50 state conservation agencies. —National Shooting Sports Foundation
Whether you’re shooting a rifle at a target hundreds of yards away or breaking clay targets on the trap field with a shotgun, anticipating recoil can turn hits into misses. Federal ambassador Kayle Browning explains how to beat kick and hit more clays.
You don’t need much gear to put dove breasts on the grill, but a few staples will make your hunts more enjoyable and successful.
It’s easy to think of shooting clay targets as just an exercise of hand-eye coordination. But the truth is that your stance and balance play a primary role in deciding whether a shot is a hit or miss. Federal ambassador and champion shooter Kayle Browning explains how to fine-tune your body mechanics for more hits.
Every hunter owes their passion for the outdoors to someone who sparked their interest and helped it grow. We tracked down a few of these special individuals. These are their stories.
Savor your hard-earned harvest and enjoy every bite with this collection of easy, exclusive wild game recipes from Federal.
As conscientious hunters, we don't just want to fill tags. We also want to make a positive difference to the places we hunt. Tag along with Federal ambassador Josh Froelich on his journey to turn his home property into ideal habitat for both game and hunters.
Finding doves and getting on the X is the best way to ensure lots of action.
Gun fit is always important, but it’s never so apparent as when trying to connect on moving targets with a shotgun. Federal ambassador and champion clay target shooter Kayle Browning outlines how to ensure your shotgun is a natural extension of your body and eyes.
It’s fun. It makes you a better shotgunner. And if you do it right, it doesn’t break the bank. Why not spend the offseason months turning discs of orange into puffs of black smoke? If you’re new to shooting clay targets, here’s what you need to get started.
When all the stars align and you wrap your tag around the leg of a spring gobbler, the moment and the bird deserve to be remembered. MeatEater’s Steven Rinella shares how he uses everything from spurs to fan to memorialize his hunts.
Although flydown gets all the glory as the golden hour of turkey hunting, you’re actually more likely to kill a bird later in the day. MeatEater’s Steven Rinella tells how he capitalizes on the late morning and midday hours.
A wild turkey brings a lot more to the table than breast meat, thighs and drumsticks. Learn how to extract and make use of the lesser understood turkey parts with MeatEater’s Steven Rinella.
Transforming your spring gobbler into a tidy collection of succulent cuts ready for the pan doesn’t need to be intimidating. MeatEater’s Steven Rinella runs through a simple process for breaking down your bird.
Spring turkey hunting is all about the gobble, but you’re missing out if you’re only using your ears to chase gobblers—especially in open country. Steven Rinella explains how he uses his eyes and optics to fill his tag.
Pressing in on the roost during morning and evening hunts will often do more harm than good.
Tag along with MeatEater’s Steven Rinella and Janis Putelis as they chase spring gobblers with Federal Premium 3rd Degree ammunition on an unforgettable hunt in South Dakota’s Black Hills.
Bear populations are on the rise and a spring DIY bruin hunt should be atop your to-do list.
Everyone in the turkey woods hammers away with loud yelps—and many do it poorly at that. MeatEater’s Steven Rinella reveals his top subtle calls that pull toms in without the risk.
Forget calling. The most successful hunters have one thing in common—scouting intel. MeatEater’s Steven Rinella lays out how to build a portfolio of turkey spots through year-round surveillance.
Today’s turkey hunters are bombarded by ammo options. While all of them kill birds, they’re not one-size-fits all. Here’s how to sort through loads to choose the best one to tag your gobbler.
Federal ambassador Josh Froelich has a drill for every skill in his competitive arsenal. So it’s no surprise he’s developed and follows a specific drill that prepares him for targeting tough Texas hogs.
Feral hogs are built tough and the pressure of relentless year-round hunting has made extended-range shots more necessary. Federal ambassador Josh Froelich gets into this and explains why he opts for Federal Premium Terminal Ascent when targeting big Texas pigs.
When most hunters think of giant muleys, they envision themselves in an unsullied alpine basin surrounded by buck brush and towering peaks. That’s a good place to be. However, a rifle rut hunt on the open plains is hard to beat.
Putting more duck breasts on the barbecue is a matter of understanding shot size, effective range and matching your shotshell to your hunting method.
Stop just thinking about it. Here’s how to go west and match wits with North America’s fastest land animal.
If you’re planning a date with a mountain monarch, there is no time like the present to start prepping the body and mind for the grind. This advice and exercise regimen will get you there.
When it comes to hunting honkers, few things trump targeting Giants, the largest member of the Canada goose species. Heed these tips and tactics and dump more monsters this season.
He’s a former Navy SEAL and the director of CrossFit Games, but Dave Castro’s also a shooter and hunter. He knows that good shooting and good fitness go hand-in-hand, and he explains it in an all-new series of videos that will help you shoot better.
The woods are calling, and you want to be ready. Heed these sight-in tips and prep your rifle or slug gun to put backstraps on the grill.
That DIY hunt you’ve been thinking about doesn’t have to be a pipedream. Follow these easy steps and tips to hit the blacktop.
Deer season isn’t a tag or a trigger pull. It’s countless small, special moments that all come together to create the fall ritual we live for. It’s Federal Season.
Understand and use the concept of point-blank range for faster target acquisition and more accurate real-world shooting.
Hunters, target shooters and gun owners are the No. 1 contributors to wildlife conservation in America. Together, they make possible contributions of more than $3.4 billion every year to support wildlife agencies and conservation.
Are you sending the right round toward hide and hair? We’ll sort through the many choices and make the choice easy for you.
The thick hides and heavy bones black bears boast demand ammo built for the job. Make sure you’re ready for your hunt with these recommendations.
Whatever you hunt, fortune favors the prepared. And nothing prepares you like Federal Premium, a gold standard advantage from the ammunition experts.
Hunters have reason for both concern and optimism, according to the National Deer Alliance. Learn what you can expect this season.
Blow the doors off straight-walls with the all-new 350 Legend. The round offers higher velocities than any straight-wall deer cartridge, with less recoil than 450 Bushmaster.