500 Rounds of 6.8 SPC Ammo by Federal XM68GD - 90gr Bonded Soft Point

Out of Stock

Ammo Overview

Manufacturer - Federal
Bullet - 90 grain Bonded Soft Point
Casing - Boxer-primed brass
Quantity - 500 rounds


Federal XM68GD is one of the most sought after configurations for 6.8 SPC and boasts incredible terminal performance on hogs and deer! Each cartridge is topped by a 90 grain, bonded Gold Dot projectile (of Speer's shared technology) with an exposed lead tip. The bullet is built using a Uni-Cor process which results in a uniform copper coating that is permanently bound to its lead core. Upon impact, the soft-point projectile experiences massive expansion with near-perfect weight retention which ensures that it will penetrate deeply, yaw reliably, and deposit massive energy into a target's vitals for efficient lethality. That makes this round appropriate for medium game hunting as well as for defense against two-legged predators.

The 90 grain projectile weight is light for the 6.8mm SPC caliber and offers flat shooting and manageable recoil. A heat-treated brass casing is crimped to the bullet's toothed cannelure in order preserve accuracy throughout jostling and rough handling. The case's annealing improves flexibility which prevents splits while yielding consist chamber pressures and muzzle velocities. Other components include clean-igniting Boxer primers and high energy smokeless propellant. Federal and Speer are both owned by the ATK group which is recognized for answering stringent contracts for federal and state level law enforcement agencies. Their products represent the forefront of ammunition technology and consistently deliver amazing results in all disciplines.

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: 500 Rounds of 6.8 SPC Ammo by Federal XM68GD - 90gr Bonded Soft Point

How do you rate this product? *


Our customer service team has published this Q&A information as a free service to the shooting community. Please note that BulkAmmo.com expressly disclaims any and all liability with regard to how the shooting community might use this Q&A information. See Terms of Use for more details.

There are no entries.

Post your question
  • Please enter your name as you want it to appear on our site.
    Please tell us where you want the answer sent (it will not appear on our site).

* Required Fields