Federal Launches Monthly Subscription Service for Online Ammo Purchases 

This new category in product subscriptions could keep your target ammo coffers well-stocked. 

by posted on December 6, 2021
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Subscription services for our favorite products are not a new idea—remember book/record/cassette tape-of-the-month in the 1980s? Today the categories of goods that consumers can choose for autoship delivery are countless and expand daily, ranging from the practical to the obscure—meals, wine, dog food, socks, coffee and thousands more. Finally there is one that could help keep your personal ammo coffers well-stocked so you won't have to fruitlessly search the web for 9 mm target ammo.  

Federal Ammunition has announced a new limited availability monthly subscription service through which consumers can subscribe to receive 250 rounds of Full Metal Jacket ammunition at their doorsteps every month (with a 12-month service commitment). And we're talking about some of the most popular calibers: 9 mm ($139.99), .40 S&W ($151.99) and .45 Auto ($169.99). Free shipping sweetens the deal on the subscription service. 

“We are very excited to launch this new service which is loaded with benefits for our online customers,” said Jason Nash, Federal’s vice president of marketing. “At the time of the subscription service launch, available calibers at the initial rollout will be 9 mm, 40 S&W and 45 Auto, with possible expansion into other loads and cartridge options, pending market demand.”

The subscription service is the latest evolution since Federal embarked on an effort in early 2020 to continual enhance its website and e-commerce capabilities, including increased functionality and enhanced product search. An industry first loyalty program offers online shoppers the chance to get exclusive merchandise for points and new products and merchandise are added regularly.

For more information on the new “Federal Connection” subscription service and more, visit federalpremium.com

 

 

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