Remington: More than 200 Years Strong
Remington is America’s oldest gunmaker—with more than 200 years of firearm innovation—but it’s also been in the ammunition business since 1912. Its enviable name recognition wasn’t built on marketing hype or social media trends, either. That asset is a byproduct of a forward-thinking gene in the corporate DNA, one instilled at the very beginning that helps it innovate and survive and thrive through seemingly overwhelming challenges.
Remington Arms, the official name of the manufacturer of firearms and ammunition, is part of the Remington Outdoor Company family of firms today. Others under that corporate umbrella include Barnes Bullets, DPMS, Advanced Armament Corporation, Marlin, Bushmaster, Nesika, Parker Guns, Harrington & Richardson, Storm Lake, Dakota Arms, Tapco and Timbersmith. Official headquarters is in Madison, NC, and its ammunition is manufactured at five plants in four different states.
It’s no accident this veritable “who’s who” in firearms is gathered under one roof, especially with today’s wild swings in business climate, where capital improvements and shared resources can improve efficiencies and market share. In 2007 Cerebrus Capital Management acquired Remington, putting it under a newly formed Freedom Group. The move was so well planned it took only eight weeks for it to install new ownership/management, emerge with court approval, and carry on the tradition without a single slowdown in production, service problem or even late paycheck.
Eliphalet Remington wouldn’t recognize any of the machinery used by his namesake company today, although the blacksmith by trade would undoubtedly take pride in its ability to plan ahead and hammer through challenging times. There’s no shortage of legends as to precisely how the company was first established in New York state’s Mohawk Valley—famed for its gunmaking—although two are the most popular. One claims Eliphalet Remington Sr. sent his son, junior, to order a flintlock barrel, but insisted he watch how it was made. Upon his return they started making their own. The official version is that Eliphalet II forged his own barrel, had it rifled, completed the firearm and after taking second place in a nearby competition orders followed.
There is, however, little debate about the fact that the business was established as E. Remington in 1816. The operation was moved to its present location in Ilion, NY, in 1828, and in 1845 the company’s first complete guns were produced as part of a U.S. government contract. In 1856 the firm’s name changed to E. Remington & Sons after all three of his boys joined the firm.
In 1888 investors who owned United Metallic Cartridge (UMC) purchased the business. Remington Arms and UMC operated separately until 1912, when the pair merged as Remington-UMC and “big green’s” century-old footprint in the ammunition business began.
A huge order cancelled after World War I put a financial strain on the company and then the Great Depression hit. DuPont, flush with the profits from improvements it made in gunpowder manufacturing, purchased a majority share in the company in 1933. Peters Cartridge was added to the stable of firms a year later.
Who Owns Remington Today?
DuPont purchased the remaining shares in Remington in 1980 and held ownership until 1993, when an investment group purchased it for $300 million. Cerebrus Capital Management was the next buyer.
Ownership may’ve changed, but the dedication to innovation has remained the same. Roy Marcot’s book, “The History of Remington Firearms,” explains that at the very beginning the company employed, “….‘quality team’ concepts so familiar to us today.” New ideas were encouraged, according to Marcot, and through the early years the firm introduced cast steel barrels, an interchangeable-parts concept of manufacturing, typewriters, sewing machines and churned out 144,000 revolvers, 12,500 rifles, 20,000 carbines and 40,000 muskets during the Civil War.
The heavy lifting didn’t end then, either. Between 1914 and 1948 Remington filed more than 1,000 patents. The iconic Model 870 pump-action shotgun was introduced in 1950, then came the Model 700 rifle in 1962 which, aside selling in the millions, is also the basis for the Army’s famed M-24 Sniper Weapon System.
Like most ammo manufacturers, Remington’s best moving ammunition line is also their base line-up and most economical, Remington UMC. UMC stands for Union Metallic Cartridge Company. You’ll find these loads available in a wide array of calibers in both full metal jacket (metal case) or jacketed hollow point loads.
Remington Core Lokt
The company may have produced some of the most iconic firearms ever made, but the ammunition side of the business wasn’t neglected. Those now-familiar plastic-hulled shotshells are a prime example—a Remington innovation in 1960.
In 1939 it rolled out the Core-Lokt bullet, a game changer for hunters and a design that remains one of the most popular choices for sportsmen to this day. It is the original controlled-expansion bullet, innovative and cutting-edge at the time, deceivingly simple, undeniably effective and, as it turns out, budget-friendly.
The bullet’s solid lead core is bonded to a tapered copper jacket. Soft point and pointed versions are available in a variety of chamerings and bullet weights. With 2X expansion and high-bullet weight retention, it has an 80-year history of humanely dropping big game.
Remington Golden Saber
As the number of people with concealed-carry permits continues to skyrocket, Remington has responded with a variety of loads tailored for those who take self-defense seriously. Its time-tested Golden Saber bullets feature a bonded jacketed hollow point designed for controlled expansion, even at the lower velocities associated with some concealable handguns. It’s the projectile in the Ultimate Defense handgun line, which uses flash-reducing powder to make is a solid choice. You can also turn things up a notch with the company’s Golden Saber Black Belt line, which enlisted law enforcement input to improve on the design.
Remington Slugger & Other Shotshells
Remington has a full line of shotshells for every pursuit from clays, to turkeys, doves, waterfowl and more. Slug loads are also available. And there’s no shortage of rimfire options, either. If you really want some hyper-velocity fun with the family, pick up a pack of .22 Long Rifle Yellow Jackets. Those 33-grain bullets come sizzling out of the muzzle at 1,500 fps. Of course, for those more tame, vermin control situations, the CBee 22’s 33-grain bullet at 740 fps is a neighborly option.
Corporate umbrellas aside, the entire history of Remington includes one common thread; producing reliable and innovative products that perform in a manner enthusiasts deserve. And, its entire line of ammunition lives up to that tradition.
Remington UMC 40 S&W 180 Grain FMJ – 650 Rounds$244.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 650 Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson Manufacturer SKU L40SW3BP Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 10047700414017 Cost Per Round 37.7¢ per round
Remington’s UMC division is a great way to keep your overhead manageable whether you’re working on becoming an expert marksman or simply staying as one. This 40 S&W cartridge from the staple label features a standard weight 180 grain bullet with a full metal jacket -- or metal case, which is a five dollar phrase for full metal jacket -- that is at once economical while promoting optimal functionality in a semi-automatic firearm. Feeds right, preserves accuracy!
The secret behind UMC’s low prices is its manufacturer’s selectiveness. Rather than chase after making every odd cartridge you could imagine, they invest their production into products that they know are going to sell and sell well. This fundamental range cartridge gets to still boast fine components because of that focus, and features a reloadable and supple brass casing, non-corrosive Boxer primer, and clean burning propellant. This case’s 650 rounds are loose packed to make it even more affordable, as well as easy to dip into.
Remington UMC 25 ACP 50 Grain MC - 50 Rounds$19.25
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 50 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 25 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU L25AP Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067308 Cost Per Round 38.5¢ per round
This .25 ACP ammunition from Remington UMC will give you plenty of trigger time at a reasonable price. Grab a few boxes and work on those shot placement skills!
Each cartridge in this box of 50 fires a 50 grain full metal jacket (or "metal case") bullet. Remington UMC ammo is loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas using reloadable brass and non-corrosive primers.
The 25 ACP was designed in 1905 by John Browning and was released along side the FN M1905 semi-automatic pistol. Other early pistols that used the 25 auto bullet were the Colt Model 1908 Vest Pocket and the Baby Browning, which were similar in both size and design to the FN M1905.
Remington UMC 10mm Auto 180 Grain MC - 500 Rounds$252.00
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 10mm Auto Manufacturer SKU L10MM6 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700169316 Cost Per Round 50.4¢ per round
These 10mm ammo from Remington uses a metal case that ensures reliable feeding and less fouling. This means you’ll be able to go through more rounds during your training and practice periods. The rounds not only have world-class bullets, they also use clean-shooting primers and factory-fresh brass cases. Loaded with 180-grain bullets, these rounds are a great choice for range use and in this 500-round package, you'll get 10 boxes with each containing 50 cartridges that are ready for trigger time.
Since 1816, Remington has been a leader in the world of ammunition. With excellent products for hunters, target shooters, law enforcement officials, and anyone concerned with self defense, Remington is trusted by gun owners all across the country. They not only have superior cartridges, they also create top-quality rifles, shotguns, and handguns.
The 10mm Auto is a handgun cartridge that was developed in 1983 and was used extensively by law enforcement agencies until the early 1990’s. Although it was mostly replaced by the .40 S&W, the 10mm Auto remains a popular choice for hunting, self defense, and target shooting, thanks largely to its outstanding power and terminal performance. It’s even used by a few elite law enforcement agencies to this day.
Great Ammunition at lowest price I’ve seen
I’ve found Remington Nickel 10mm ammunition to be totally reliable in my 1911s. The Nickel cases are smooth functioning in the pistols and there is no better case for reloading.
Review by Akahalc (Posted on 7/2/2018)
Remington HTP 357 Mag 158 Grain SJHP - 500 Rounds$269.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 158 Grain Bullet Type Semi-Jacketed Hollow-Point (SJHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum Manufacturer SKU RTP357M2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700420813 Cost Per Round 54.0¢ per round
The 357 Magnum has been around since Colt developed it in 1934 and remains one of the best self defense cartridges on the market today. Enjoying a great reputation for its fantastic stopping power, the 357 Magnum is the perfect firearm for stopping attackers in their tracks and is even powerful enough to take down big game in certain loads.
For two hundred years, Remington has been pumping out some of the best ammunition and firearms in the world and continue to supply just the ammunition and firearms America needs. These Remington HTP, 158 grain, semi-jacketed hollow point, brass cased, boxer primed rounds fire at 1235 feet per second and have massive expansion and stopping power upon impact, making them perfect for protecting yourself against any assailant that tries to harm you.
Remington HTP 357 Mag 125 Grain SJHP - 500 Rounds$329.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 125 Grain Bullet Type Semi-Jacketed Hollow-Point (SJHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum Manufacturer SKU RTP357M1 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700420714 Cost Per Round 66.0¢ per round
Remington HTP ammunition packs all the essentials for a high quality self defense round. Each round contains a semi-jacketed hollow point projectile that results in instant stopping power and maximum expansion upon impact. This combined with premium primers, nickel-plated brass-cases, and high-quality propellants, means excellence with every shot. This particular ammo fires a muzzle velocity of 1,450 feet per second.
Since 1816, Remington has been an industry leader in the firearms and ammunition industry, and they contine to developer innovative products users by shooters and hunters worldwide. With state-of-the-art technology, Remington proudly loads their ammunition in the USA. Pick up a couple boxes of this premium HTP ammo today!
Remington Performance WheelGun 45 Long Colt 250 Grain LRN – 500 Rounds$355.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 250 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 45 Long Colt Manufacturer SKU RPW45C Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700478715 Cost Per Round 71.2¢ per round
This 45 Long Colt cartridge comes from Remington’s Performance WheelGun line of ammunition, which the renowned American company offers to revolver enthusiasts so they may enjoy perfect performance out of their favorite weapons however old they might be. This round’s Kleanbore primer provides remarkably clean ignition, so you can assure that your heirloom’s barrel will be spared from rust and corrosion. Its propellant minimizes residue accumulation as well, and its high quality brass casing feeds and ejects smoothly and is sturdy enough to undergo multiple reloads.
This cartridge sports a 250 grain projectile, a traditional bullet weight for its caliber. The bullet’s lead composition makes it not only cost-effective, but permits it to maintain its momentum downrange nicely. Its round nose profile give it the ability to convey superior energy upon impact, and further improves its penetrative characteristics. It’s a versatile type of bullet that’ll serve you well for a variety of applications.
Remington UMC 44 Mag 180 Grain JSP - 50 Rounds$36.00
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Soft-Point (JSP) Use Type hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 44 Magnum Manufacturer SKU L44MG7 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700169101 Cost Per Round 72.0¢ per round
These .44 Magnum rounds from Remington are a great option for hog and deer hunting with your favorite big frame revolver or lever-action rifle. These UMC cartridges are built in Arkansas using reloadable brass casings, reliable Kleanbore primers, and 180 grain jacketed soft-point (JSP) projectiles.
JSP bullets have a copper jacket which protects the rear from hot gases and cuts down on fouling while leaving a small amount of lead exposed in the front of the round. Upon impact, the exposed portion of the bullet flattens out with a moderate amount of expansion for game-dropping damage while the jacket maintains the rest of the round for deep penetration past thick hide and bone and into vital organs.
Remington is the oldest firearms manufacturer in the U.S. and is the only domestic company to produce both guns and ammo. Their cartridge designs and development processes are backed by 200 years of experience.
Remington UMC 44 Mag 180 Grain JSP - 500 Rounds$363.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Soft-Point (JSP) Use Type home defense, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 44 Magnum Manufacturer SKU L44MG7 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700169118 Cost Per Round 72.8¢ per round
Load up your tube or cylinder with these .44 Magnum Jacketed Soft Point (JSP) rounds from Remington before you head out into the field with deer and big pigs on the brain. These cartridges are topped with JSP projectiles which are jacketed in the rear and minimally exposed up front; this results in a small amount of impact expansion for a slightly larger wound cavity with a focus on deep penetration which is necessary for successfully dropping tough game. The 180 grain bullet weight is light for the caliber and offers a fast velocity of 1,610 feet per second for greater accuracy and a flatter trajectory.
Remington UMC rounds are manufactured in Arkansas and use high grade components including factory new brass and Kleanbore primers. Remington UMC ammunition is favored by shooters for its economical price point and relatively low residue.
Remington Golden Saber 380 Auto 102 Grain JHP - 25 Rounds$18.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 102 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 25 Ammo Caliber 380 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU GS380B Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700167404 Cost Per Round 75.4¢ per round
These 380 ACP Golden Saber cartridges from Remington have a 102-grain bullet that uses a jacketed hollow point design. This makes them effective and reliable for autoloading handguns because they will cycle smoothly and deliver less fouling in the barrel. The hollow point will give you controlled expansion, making them a legitimate choice for self defense. With this package, you'll get a single box of Remington Golden Saber 380 ammo with 25 rounds ready to fire inside.
Remington is one of the most historic names in the ammo industry. They have been creating top-quality ammo since 1816 and make some of the best ammo for all purposes, including hunting, target practice, and personal defense. With a huge selection of ammo and reloading supplies, Remington has the cartridges you need.
The .380 Auto is one of the most successful and prominent handgun rounds in the country. Although it has been in service since 1908, it remains a popular choice for self defense and target shooting to this day. Designed by John Browning, the cartridge delivers effective speed and energy for a wide range of uses.
Remington HTP 44 Mag 240 Grain SP - 50 Rounds$44.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 240 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type home defense, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 44 Magnum Manufacturer SKU RTP44MG2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700426303 Cost Per Round 89.7¢ per round
As the oldest firearms and ammunition manufacturer in America, Remington holds a massive reputation. If you buy Remington ammo, you know that you are getting high quality, accurate, and reliable ammunition.
44 Magnum is one of the most powerful handgun rounds on the market. With 240 grains firing at 1180 feet per second, it is no wonder that this round can be used for deer and boar hunting along with self defense. These soft point rounds are great for hunting and self defense due to their expansion capability, and their brass casings and boxer primers make for easy reloading.
Remington Core-Lokt 30-30 170 Grain HP - 20 Rounds$18.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 170 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 30-30 Winchester Manufacturer SKU R30303 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 047700054209 Cost Per Round 94.3¢ per round
Core-Lokt loads from Remington have been a great choice for traditional hunting calibers like the .30-30 Winchester since the 1930s. This particular ammo utilizes 170-grain projectiles with round noses and deep hollow cavities; this overall profile is safe for use in lever-action rifles and is design to produce exceptional fragmentation during entry into a hog or deer. The heavy weight and strong copper jacket ensure deep penetration so that energy is appropriately pushed into the vital organs.
Each bullet is crimped into a reloadable brass casing which is equipped with a non-corrosive Boxer primer that won't leave behind caustic chemicals in the bore or action of your workhorse rifle. Remington has been in action for over two centuries during which they have developed some of the most influential firearms and calibers in use around the world. Their Core-Lokt brand was designed to produce positive terminal effects which help hunters fill their freezers without going over their ammunition budgets.
Remington Core-Lokt 308 160 Grain SP – 20 Rounds$19.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU R308W2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700056104 Cost Per Round 99.3¢ per round
An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 308 Winchester (7.62X51) round for hunting whitetail deer. This New Remington ammo comes loaded with a 180 Grain Soft-Point (SP) along with a Boxer primer that's loaded in a Brass case. With this package, you'll receive 20 rounds ready to fire. Plus, you know it'll come fast from our warehouse to your door because we know shooting ammo is a lot more fun than looking at it online or waiting on delivery!
Remington 223 Rem 50 Grain Accutip-V BT - 20 Rounds$20.75
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 50 Grain Bullet Type Accutip Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU PRA223RB Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700366401 Cost Per Round $1.04 per round
223 Remington ammo complete with Brass cases and a Accutip projectile. Manufactured by Remington to the highest of standards with a Boxer primer and 50 Grain bullet, the quality components come together and add up to a round that's great for varmint hunting. You'll get 20 rounds shipped fast when you order this today.
Remington 25-20 Winchester 86 Grain Soft Point$69.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 86 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber .25-20 WINCHESTER Manufacturer SKU R25202 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700052304 Cost Per Round $1.40 per round
Check out this 25-20 Winchester Soft Point round from Remington! Developed for the Winchester 1892 lever action rifle, ballistics on this 86 gr bullet show that this will travel at 1,673 f/s. This is a great varmint hunting round and is also the caliber that took down the famous James Jordan Buck!
Remington Premier Match Sierra MatchKing 223 Rem 77 Grain HP-BT – 200 Rounds$280.00
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 77 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Use Type match or precision shooting Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU RM223R3 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700391311 Cost Per Round $1.40 per round
This is a great round for match or precision shooting. From Remington, this 223 Remington ammunition is New with a Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) 77 Grain bullet. You'll get 200 rounds of Brass cased ammo that's ready for your next trip out to shoot. Like every round for sale, we stand behind this ammo and have your back so rest assured you're not only getting a good deal, you're getting the peace of mind that comes along with a trusted supplier.
Remington Premier Match Sierra MatchKing 223 Rem 77 Grain HP-BT – 20 Rounds$29.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 77 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Use Type match or precision shooting, varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU RM223R3 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700391304 Cost Per Round $1.49 per round
This is a great round for match or precision shooting, varmint hunting. From Remington, this 223 Remington ammunition is New with a Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) 77 Grain bullet. You'll get 20 rounds of Brass cased ammo that's ready for your next trip out to shoot. Like every round for sale, we stand behind this ammo and have your back so rest assured you're not only getting a good deal, you're getting the peace of mind that comes along with a trusted supplier.