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 Thunderbolt 22 LR 40 Grain LRN - 5000 Rounds$429.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 40 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 5000 Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR) Manufacturer SKU TB-22B Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700481913 Cost Per Round 8.6¢ per round
The 22 LR has been around for a long time and is one of the most popular cartridges in the United States. With its incredibly low recoil and report, not to mention its fantastic ammo price, the 22 LR presents an incredible option for hunting, range training, and even competing in a shooting match. Whatever your purpose, the 22 LR is there for you.
With their high speed and lead round nose tips, the Thunderbolt is Remington's most popular 22 LR cartridge, perfect for a plethora of 22 LR purposes. Firing at 1255 feet per second, these 40 grain rounds will cycle semi automatics and are great for range training, small game hunting, and plinking around. Remington has been in business since 1816 and their products are both reliable and affordable.
Only downside is that it is dirty
Other than the fact that Remington Thunderbolt 22 LR rimfire ammo is the dirtiest ammo I've fired in my High Standard Sentinel Deluxe .22 revolver, it is good stuff. Why? Because it fits nicely into the cylinder, doesn't snag when I eject them, it's quite accurate up to the 25 yard distance that I've shot it, and it is the best smelling powder that I've shot in a long time (it reminds me of gunpowder from sixty years ago). So, other than being (honestly) 4-5 times dirtier than the three other brands of .22 ammo that I've shot in the recent past (and by the way those other brands have made many different problems for my revolver and have failed to fire far too often), it is really good ammo.
Review by VaeVictis (Posted on 6/5/2019)
Remington Thunderbolt 22 LR 40 Grain LRN - 500 Rounds$49.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 40 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR) Manufacturer SKU TB-22B Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700481906 Cost Per Round 10.0¢ per round
The 22 LR is one of the most popular rounds in the world due to its incredibly low recoil, report, and ammo price. Whether you want to teach your children in the ways of shooting, plink away, train at the range, hunt varmints or other small game, or compete in a shooting competition, the 22LR can get the job done.
Remington has been around since 1866 and has one of the best reputations of any other firearms and ammunition manufacturer in the world. These Remington Thunderbolt rounds feature 40 grain lead round nose projectiles and are their most popular 22 LR rounds. With their high velocity and versatility, these rounds are perfect for range training, plinking, and varmint hunting.
leaves heavy lead deposits in your barrel.
Review by Pubtym (Posted on 9/3/2021)
Haven't sent any down range yet, but I have used these rounds for many years and they never disappoint.
Review by Reb (Posted on 3/18/2021)
Thunderbolt 22lr are great bullets
2nd time ordering the thunderbolt received within a week the price is fair considering:/gov but these shoot great out of my ruger 1022 and my 22 revolver 5+5stars thanks wideners for having instock
Review by james (Posted on 3/8/2021)
Remington Bucket o' Bullets 22 LR 36 Grain HP - 1400 Rounds$149.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 36 Grain Bullet Type Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP) Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 1400 Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR) Manufacturer SKU 1622B Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700415208 Cost Per Round 10.7¢ per round
An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 22 Long Rifle (LR) round for plinking at the range, varmint hunting. This New Remington ammo comes loaded with a 36 Grain Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP) along with a Rimfire primer that's loaded in a Brass case. With this package, you'll receive 1400 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 Golden Bullet 22 LR 36 Grain HP – 525 Rounds$59.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 36 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point (HP) Use Type plinking at the range, varmint hunting Casing Type Brass Quantity 525 Ammo Caliber 22 Long Rifle (LR) Manufacturer SKU 1622C Primer Type Rimfire Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700009100 Cost Per Round 11.4¢ per round
This 525-round brick of .22 LR ammunition from Remington can be put to use putting holes in both varmints and paper targets.
Each cartridge in this value pack fires a 36-grain, plated hollow point bullet that produces reduced fouling and lethal expansion against small pest animals. With a muzzle velocity of 1,280 feet per second, this ammo falls in the "high velocity" category. High-velocity rounds are not completely muffled by suppressors but generate better terminal performance than standard velocity loads.
Remington ammo is made in Lonoke, Arkansas. These cartridge use rimfire-primed brass cases.
Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain FMJ – 1000 Rounds$299.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU L9MM3BP Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700413914 Cost Per Round 30.0¢ per round
Looking for enormous quantities of 9mm ammunition? Welcome to the motherlode, amigo. Remington’s UMC line of ammunition is basic yet intensely reliable, American-made, and packaged loose in a big plastic bag inside of a big cardboard carton. No need to fiddle around with little boxes when you order this behemoth 1,000-round case!
Remington loads this plinking, training and target shooting 9mm ammo with 115 grain full metal jacket projectiles. These bullets possess solid lead cores and nonferrous gilding metal jackets, which leaves them unable to attract a magnet. Their hard jackets help to prevent feeding failures and rapid bore fouling, and they have sleek round nose profiles to promote greater accuracy. The non-expanding FMJ is not the best solution for personal protection – you want JHP loads for that important application.
UMC stands for “Union Metallic Cartridge,” the name of one of America’s first modern ammo manufacturers that Remington merged with in 1912. Remington puts the UMC label on ammo that is new production, non-corrosive, brass-cased and reloadable. A fine choice for training with all 9mm firearms!
Remington UMC 9mm 124 Grain MC - 50 Rounds$23.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 124 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU L9MM2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067407 Cost Per Round 47.7¢ per round
Train with Remington UMC ammunition to get the most bang for your buck. These 9mm Luger cartridges are a highly cost-effective load for both casual target use and self-defense practice.
Each round in this box of 50 fires a 124 grain full metal jacket ("metal case" in Remington parlance) bullet at a muzzle velocity of 1,100 feet per second. This is a standard pressure load that works well with subcompact handguns and produces relatively low recoil.
Remington UMC ammo is made in Lonoke, Arkansas using non-corrosive primers and reloadable brass cases.
This product for me has proven to be high quality. No misfires and clean
I have used this ammo in my Glock on numerous occasions and have not encountered any misfires. It's always proven to be high quality.
Review by Firefly (Posted on 7/25/2021)
Remington UMC 45 ACP 230 Grain MC - 500 Rounds$279.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 230 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 45 ACP (Auto) Manufacturer SKU L45AP4 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067810 Cost Per Round 56.0¢ per round
This 500 round bulk pack of .45 ACP is the perfect way to stock up in preparation for the next few IDPA matches, an upcoming CCW class, or an unforeseen "rainy day" scenario. UMC ammunition from Remington is manufactured in Lonoke, Arkansas using high quality components including brand new reloadable brass casings and clean-igniting "Kleanbore" primers. UMC ammo is a common feature on gun store shelves which is intended to provide shooters with a dependable plinking option at an economical price.
These .45 Auto rounds use 230 grain metal case (MC) projectiles which provide smooth recoil and reliable cycling in the widest variety of full size handguns. MC bullets use the same shape and format as the more recognizable "Full Metal Jacket" label and can be expect to feed and perform well in almost every pistol.
Jam after jam
Tried to use in two pistols, Colt Government MK IV and S&W Shield, and I experienced no less than 4 jams per clip. Went thru several clips of Winchester Lawman without a hiccup. Needless to say, I will not be purchasing this for my .45s.
Review by Dan (Posted on 7/29/2019)
Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain JHP – 600 Rounds$344.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 600 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU L9MM1B Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700382166 Cost Per Round 57.5¢ per round
The Union Metallic Cartridge Company is one of the United States’ oldest ammunition manufacturers, and bring over 15 decades of experience to the table when they make their high quality ammo. By focusing on only creating a select few products according to Americans’ most favored specifications, they’re able to make well-crafted cartridges without having to justify asking for a premium price in return.
These 600 9mm rounds will give you ample opportunity to train, and want nothing for their utility in a self-defense scenario either. Their 115 grain hollow point projectiles will mushroom outward to far greater than their original diameters as they penetrate soft targets, reducing the risk of overpenetration while quickly debilitating a threat. These bullets’ jackets are hard enough to assure reliable penetration through a variety of common media, but are soft enough to ensure they control expansion to make it as effective as can be. A UMC round further features a non-corrosive Kleanbore primer, a great investment in your pistol’s longevity.
Remington American Clay & Field 20 Gauge 7/8 oz. #8 – 250 Rounds$144.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 7/8 oz. Bullet Type #8 Shot Use Type hunting upland birds, target practice and clay shooting Quantity 250 Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge Manufacturer SKU HT208 Shot Material Lead Shell Length 2-3/4" Magnetic No Cost Per Round 57.9¢ per round
Due to supply restrictions, we regret to inform the general public that we are exclusively shipping Remington American Clay & Field 20 Gauge ammunition to people we like. (You can order as many cases as you want.)
This shotshell is a versatile little piece of materiel. Thanks to its 7/8 ounces of #8 lead shot and 1,200 fps muzzle velocity, it is an intelligent choice for bashing clays out of existence and hunting quail, dove, rabbit and a wide range of other upland game.
This shell delivers an impressively narrow pattern. That’s partly thanks to its extra rigid pellets, which will not become too flat to pattern in a tight and effective cluster. It’s also thanks to Remington’s highly engineered Power-Piston wad, which protects against pellet deformation and additionally softens felt recoil.
These dual-purpose American-made shotshells owe their reliability to Remington’s acclaimed STS primers and expertly formulated clean-burning powder. You will most certainly want to pick up the spent shells, as their high-quality hulls practically beg to be reloaded.
Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain JHP - 500 Rounds$299.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU @L9MM1 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 047700356518 Cost Per Round 60.0¢ per round
This economical 9mm Luger hollow point ammunition from Remington can be used for both target shooting and defense. Each bulk priced case contains 500 cartridges.
Each round in this case fires a 115 grain JHP at a muzzle velocity of 1,135 feet per second. As a standard pressure load, this ammo works well in a wide variety of 9mm Parabellum handguns including older or subcompact ones.
Remington ammo is loaded in the USA and uses non-corrosive primers as well as reloadable brass cases.
Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain JHP – 100 Rounds$60.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 100 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU L9MM1B Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700382104 Cost Per Round 60.9¢ per round
The Union Metallic Cartridge Company was a regular juggernaut in its day -- their shot tower was the largest building in Connecticut for a number of years, and they were the first company on earth to produce centerfire ammunition. They merged with Remington in 1912, and today use their substantial experience to create a select few products that meet American shooters’ most popular specifications. In this fashion UMC provides cost-effective yet nonetheless high quality ammunition to the public.
This 9mm round features a 115 grain projectile, by and large considered the best weight for self-defense for its caliber. The bullet’s jacket ensures that it can penetrate targets shielded by thick fabric, wherein it controls expansion in order to create a deep, wide, and thoroughly debilitating wound channel. This round’s Kleanbore primer will do a lot to keep your pistol’s action and bore unmolested by corrosive residues, a great benefit to their longevity.
Remington UMC 38 Special 158 Grain LRN – 500 Rounds$304.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 158 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 38 Special Manufacturer SKU L38S5 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067711 Cost Per Round 61.0¢ per round
Shoot and save with this affordable .38 Special range ammunition from Remington UMC. These cartridges are perfect for high volume outdoor use and produce gentle recoil and good accuracy.
Each cartridge in this bulk priced case of 500 fires a heavy 158 grain lead round nose bullet at 755 feet per second. As with all .38 Special cartridges, these rounds can be used in a .357 Magnum revolver as a light-kicking, low-cost alternative.
Remington UMC ammo uses reloadable brass cases and non-corrosive Boxer primers. Note that this particular load fires lead nosed bullets, which may not be allowed at all shooting ranges.
Remington UMC 38 Special 130 Grain MC – 1000 Rounds$624.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 130 Grain Bullet Type Metal Case (MC) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 1000 Ammo Caliber 38 Special Manufacturer SKU L38S11A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700386041 Cost Per Round 62.5¢ per round
This 38 Special cartridge is from Remington’s UMC division. They specialize in making only a select few types of popular rounds, so they’re able to sell in the quantities that allow them to keep their customers’ prices low. This round has got the metal case projectile for which UMC is so well-known -- it’s functionally no different from a full metal jacket, and accordingly prevents bore fouling while keeping feeding smooth in a semi-automatic weapon.
This round has got Remington’s Kleanbore primer. Your pistol’s bore will be much better off in the long run for having been exposed to so clean burning a primer, and that it’s non-corrosive means you can confidently set this case of ammo aside for a very long time. This round has also got the kind of quality brass casing that reloading enthusiasts covet.
It’s worth noting that these 1,000 rounds of ammo are split up among only four boxes. That makes things a little more convenient while you’re carrying all of your gear to the range, having to bring only one box rather than several. A big box is also very handy for storing reloads in.
Remington UMC 9mm 115 Grain JHP - 50 Rounds$33.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 115 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 9mm Luger (9x19) Manufacturer SKU L9MM1 Primer Type Boxer UPC Barcode 047700356501 Cost Per Round 67.7¢ per round
These lightweight 9mm Luger jacketed hollow-point (JHP) rounds from Remington are a great choice for use in smaller carry pistols. The cartridges are constructed using new brass casings fitted with Kleanbore primers for reliable, non-toxic ignition with very little residue. Each round is topped by a JHP projectile weighing in at 115 grains for a high velocity of 1,135 feet per second with minimal felt recoil. The hollow cavity atop the bullet helps stabilize the round out to longer distances due to a heavier rear and possesses cuts around its edges for reliable expansion and threat-stopping performance.
Remington UMC is produced in Arkansas and offers shooters a cost effective product line for any need. The UMC L9MM1 bullet design maintains a rounder ogive which grants more reliable feeding to older pistol designs with steep feed ramps which won't accept wide mouth cavities.
Remington UMC 25 ACP 50 Grain MC - 500 Rounds$339.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 50 Grain Bullet Type Full Metal Jacket (FMJ) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 500 Ammo Caliber 25 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU L25AP Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067315 Cost Per Round 68.0¢ per round
Attractively priced and innovatively engineered, Remington ensures this 25 ACP ammo will deliver outstanding performance. This UMC handgun ammo is loaded with metal cased bullets (UMC's name for FMJ) and are Boxer-primed. These 500 rounds are perfect for taking to the range to practice with your favorite handgun.
All UMC handgun ammo is produced in Lonoke, Arkansas with the highest quality brass and clean-shooting Kleanbore primers. The method of production results in some of the highest performing ammo on the market for a price hard to beat. When it comes to your handgun needs, shop UMC.
Remington Performance WheelGun 38 Special 158 Grain LRN – 50 Rounds$34.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 158 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 38 Special Manufacturer SKU RPW38S5 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700478401 Cost Per Round 69.7¢ per round
Maybe you want to show your buddies how it’s done during a friendly target shooting competition. Maybe you’re trying to teach yourself how it’s done during your solo range time. Either way, Remington Performance WheelGun ammunition will help your revolver operate like a Swiss watch! This 38 Special ammo delivers reliable ignition and consistent ballistics. You’ll want to run it through your 357 Mag rifle as well!
Bullets don’t come much simpler than this round’s 158 grain lead round nose. Its cost-effective design preempts the need for expensive gilding metal, and it offers great accuracy thanks to its uniformly distributed lead composition and aerodynamic nose profile. Perfect for shooting steel at a safe distance, and also able to put a fast end to any varmint’s plans for later in the day.
Remington decks out their Performance WheelGun loads with their best brass cases. (You bet your boots they’re reloadable.) They also load up these rounds with their dependable Kleanbore primers, which have prevented rust and corrosion for decades now.
Remington UMC 38 Special 158 Grain LRN – 50 Rounds$35.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 158 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 38 Special Manufacturer SKU L38S5 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700067704 Cost Per Round 71.7¢ per round
Target shooters looking for a cost-effective, accurate, and light-kicking load for their revolvers will find much to like in this .38 Special ammunition from Remington UMC.
These cartridges fire a 158 grain lead round nose bullet at 755 feet per second, producing relatively low recoil and excellent short-range performance. Note that lead nosed bullets may not be suitable for all ranges.
Remington UMC (Union Metallic Cartridge) ammo is made in the USA using reloadable brass and non-corrosive primers.
Remington UMC 357 Mag 125 Grain JSP - 50 Rounds$49.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 125 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Soft-Point (JSP) Use Type home defense, hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum Manufacturer SKU L357M12 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700169002 Cost Per Round 99.7¢ per round
The green and white box of Remington's classic UMC line is frequently recognized by experienced shooters as a source of affordable, dependable, and consistently performing ammunition. Remington designed the UMC line for accessibility but still stokes it with high-grade components such as their non-corrosive Kleanbore primers which leave very little residue in your revolvers action. For this .357 load, the primer is set into the base of a reloadable brass casing which contains a uniform measure of powder and is capped off with a jacketed soft point (JSP) projectile.
At 125 grains, the JSP is on the lighter side for the .357 Magnum caliber and lends itself to relatively light recoil which can be important when firing appropriately chambered J-Frames or the Kimber K6s. A pronounced, exposed lead tip promotes threat-stopping expansion during entry while a flat nose surface helps to create a larger entry wound upon impact. The flattened nose also makes these rounds safe for use in the magazine tube of a lever-action rifle for short range varmint hunting. A toothed cannelure fastens the bullet's copper jacket to its lead core in order to preserve momentum and also prevents jostling and accuracy loss under recoil.
Remington 223 Rem 50 Grain Accutip-V BT - 20 Rounds$24.85
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 $1.24 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 Golden Saber Bonded 40 S&W 165 Grain BJHP – 20 Rounds$26.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 165 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 40 Smith & Wesson Manufacturer SKU GSB40SWAB Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700494807 Cost Per Round $1.34 per round
Give your everyday carry the power of brass! Remington’s Golden Saber Bonded 40 S&W cartridge features a brass jacketed hollow point bullet. The rigid metal resists deformation and fragmentation as it plows through barriers and soft tissue alike. And because Remington took the added step of hot-bonding the brass jacket to its core, this bullet is certain to retain the weight it needs to take care of the task at hand.
This round’s 165 grain bullet features a narrow nose profile, which promotes optimal bore alignment for superior accuracy. Its jacket’s serrated notches additionally promote debilitating expansion during low-velocity impact, so you’ll be equipped to neutralize a threat that’s standing farther away or shielded by barriers including drywall and heavy clothing.
This match-grade self-defense ammo is loaded with nickel-plated brass cases. Nickel is reflective to facilitate a chamber check in the dark, corrosion resistant, and also low-friction to promote reliable performance in any semi-auto firearm. Loaded with Remington’s best primers and propellant, this is 40 S&W ammo you can truly place your trust in!
Remington Premier Match 223 Rem 77 Grain HPBT MatchKing – 20 Rounds$27.85
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 $1.39 per round
Do you want to stamp true cloverleafs into your target? Then you’d better fire ammunition that was made for the job! Remington loads this 223 Rem cartridge with Sierra’s 77 grain MatchKing so you can squeeze the best accuracy out of your rifle yet!
The MatchKing is an extremely high-quality hollow point boat tail projectile. Unlike a pistol cartridge’s JHP, the BTHP’s nose cavity is not meant to deliver terminal expansion inside game. Instead it allowed Sierra to pour liquid lead into the MatchKing’s thin and concentric jacket, thus creating a uniform and flawless core. Together the MatchKing’s ballistic jacket profile and boat tail both minimize drag to the greatest extent possible. Its exceptionally heavy 77 grain weight also helps the MatchKing to retain momentum which prevents gentle breezes from blowing it very far off of its intended trajectory.
Remington’s highest-quality brass case and match primer tie the whole package together. So long as you’re using the recommended 1:6", 1:7" or 1:8" rate of twist for a 77 grain projectile, you can expect this ammo’s flat trajectories to retain supersonic velocity well past the 800-yard line!
Remington HTP 357 Mag 110 Grain SJHP – 20 Rounds$27.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 110 Grain Bullet Type Semi-Jacketed Hollow-Point (SJHP) Use Type home defense, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer, plinking at the range Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 357 Magnum Manufacturer SKU RTP357M7A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700497204 Cost Per Round $1.39 per round
Needless to say, the 357 Magnum is a powerful cartridge. Pretty much any bullet that comes out of a 357 revolver is going to do a lot of damage to anything it hits. But that doesn’t mean you should load just any old ammunition in your wheel gun. You should pick a round with a bullet designed specifically for self-defense applications. That’s Remington High Terminal Performance (HTP) in a nutshell.
This cartridge is loaded with a 110 grain semi-jacketed hollow point. The bullet’s copper jacket will keep lead fouling off of your barrel, which will in turn preserve your firearm’s accuracy. The jacket also strengthens the bullet, which prevents it from fragmenting apart as it retains the momentum it needs to penetrate deeply.
Because the jacket does not constrict the lead core’s hollow point nose cavity, the SJHP can reliably expand following lower-velocity impact. Under the right circumstances the SJHP can double its original diameter before coming to a rest inside its target. And since this round’s muzzle energy is around 400 ft lbs, it hits more than hard enough to quickly neutralize an immediate threat to your or your family's safety.
This ammunition features nickel-plated brass cases. They are still reloadable, but they also offer smoother extraction and better corrosion resistance than regular bare brass cases can provide. The SJHP’s flat nose profile makes it safe to load in a lever-action rifle’s tubular magazine.
Remington Performance WheelGun 45 Long Colt 250 Grain LRN – 50 Rounds$69.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 250 Grain Bullet Type Lead Round Nose (LRN) Use Type plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 50 Ammo Caliber 45 Long Colt Manufacturer SKU RPW45C Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700478708 Cost Per Round $1.40 per round
This 45 Long Colt cartridge by Remington is adorned with a 250 grain projectile, which is within the weight range that the round’s design originally called for. A “vanilla” projectile in a sense, the lead round nose bullet is exceedingly affordable to manufacture owing both to its shape and its material’s cost. (At under a dollar a pound, lead is very accessible priced for those getting into metal investing -- the only downside is that you’ll need an area the side of a football stadium to store it all in.) This bullet’s profile permits it to deliver superior impact energy as well as penetrate a variety of targets.
Remington’s Performance WheelGun line of ammunition is optimized for use in revolvers, and features Kleanbore primers which will neither corrode nor rust your heirloom pistol’s barrel. This round’s high quality brass casing is durable enough to withstand several reloadings, making these 50 rounds as practical at the range as they are at the reloading bench.
Remington Premier Match 223 Remington 69 Grain BTHP - 20 Rounds$29.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 69 Grain Bullet Type Hollow-Point Boat Tail (HP-BT) Use Type match or precision shooting, plinking at the range Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU RM223R1 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700385006 Cost Per Round $1.49 per round
When a trophy is on the line, count on Remington Premier Match to deliver. These .223 Remington cartridges are designed to be as accurate as you are and feature Sierra MatchKing bullets. MatchKings are a favorite among many champion shooters due to their superb production quality and aerodynamic design.
Each cartridge in this box of 20 fires a 69 grain version of the MatchKing at a muzzle velocity of 3,000 feet per second. This above-average velocity increases recoil slightly but delivers flatter trajectories and improved long-range performance in return.
Remington Premier Match ammo is made in the USA and uses non-corrosive primers and brass cases.
Remington Express 30-06 125 Grain PSP - 200 Rounds$299.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 125 Grain Bullet Type Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 30-06 Manufacturer SKU R30061 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700054506 Cost Per Round $1.50 per round
Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) ammo that's as ready as you are for hunting whitetail deer. Made by Remington, this 30-06 ammunition is Brass-cased, Boxer-primed with a 125 Grain bullet. These are trusted New rounds so sleep easy knowing you're picking up 200 rounds of 30-06 that promises reliable feeding and extraction shot after shot.
Remington Ultimate Defense 380 Auto 102 Grain BJHP - 20 Rounds$30.00
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 102 Grain Bullet Type Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) Use Type home defense Casing Type Nickel-Plated Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 380 Auto (ACP) Manufacturer SKU HD380BN Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700420202 Cost Per Round $1.50 per round
20 rounds of Remington 380 Auto (ACP) ammo that'll have your gun firing for a while and your face smiling for even longer! The Boxer primer, 102 Grain Jacketed Hollow-Point (JHP) bullet and Nickel-Plated Brass cases on these New rounds make for the perfect companion for home defense. Pick up some rounds today and you'll get fast shipping along with Widener's world class service.
Remington 223 Rem 55 Grain PSP – 200 Rounds$309.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 55 Grain Bullet Type Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) Use Type hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 223 Remington Manufacturer SKU R223R1 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700050911 Cost Per Round $1.55 per round
This versatile .223 Remington load will serve well in AR-15s and other .223/5.56 NATO rifles in sporting, hunting, and defensive capacities.
Each round in this case of 200 fires a 55 grain pointed soft point bullet. The high velocity of the cartridge greatly enhances the expansion potential of the soft point projectile, making this ammo an excellent choice for hunting varmints and small to midsize game.
Remington ammunition is produced in Lonoke, Arkansas using non-corrosive Boxer primers and reloadable brass cases.
30-06 - 180 Grain SP - Remington Core-Lokt - 200 Rounds$329.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 200 Ammo Caliber 30-06 Manufacturer SKU R30064 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700054810 Cost Per Round $1.65 per round
The .30-60 remains one of the most popular rounds for medium-game hunting, and this 200-round package from Remington will help you deliver effective shots to your favorite pursuit. Using Core-Lokt technology, these 180-grain soft point rounds give you speed, accuracy, and terminal expansion. The result is better hunting with effective shot place. ment and results.
The Core-Lokt soft point bullets leave the muzzle with a velocity of 2,700 feet per second. They also maintain down-range speed, with a velocity of 1,725 feet per second after 300 yards. They are made to deliver large terminal wounds and deep penetration. The bulletâ€™s core and jacket are indented near the middle, which helps lock the two together and helps with penetration.
For over 200 years, Remington has been the trusted choice for rifles. They are now also an important brand in ammunition, with products ranging from self-defense to shot shells for hunting. By focusing on value and quality, they have become a trusted source for ammo at the range and in the field.
Remington Core-Lokt 30-06 180 Grain SP - 20 Rounds$34.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Soft-Point (SP) Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 30-06 Manufacturer SKU R30064 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700054803 Cost Per Round $1.74 per round
An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 30-06 round for hunting big game, hunting boar, 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 Core-Lokt Tipped 308 Win 165 Grain Polymer Tip – 20 Rounds$36.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 165 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU RT308WB Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700485003 Cost Per Round $1.84 per round
Remington’s Core-Lokt Tipped projectile still has the original Core-Lokt’s mechanically anchored core and jacket, and it accordingly plunges deeply into a quarry’s vital organs. But this 308 Win round’s updated 165 grain bullet provides better ballistic and terminal performance than a traditional soft point ever could!
The Core-Lokt Tipped bullet exhibits a 0.447 G1 ballistic coefficient courtesy of its aerodynamic polymer tip, fine-tuned jacket geometry, rearward adjusted center of mass and low-drag boat tail. The polymer tip actually conceals a deep hollow point nose cavity, which it drives into during penetration in order to commence deadly terminal expansion. The anchored jacket makes that terminal performance even more effective by controlling fast yet uniform expansion over a broad range of impact velocities!
This round’s match accurate and exceedingly devastating polymer tipped projectile is neatly seated in a factory fresh polished brass case, with a carefully matched primer and powder charge that together ensure consistent muzzle velocity and recoil impulse. One of the final words on 308 hunting ammo!
Remington Express 30-06 125 Grain PSP - 20 Rounds$37.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 125 Grain Bullet Type Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 30-06 Manufacturer SKU R30061 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700054506 Cost Per Round $1.89 per round
This is a great round for hunting whitetail deer. From Remington, this 30-06 ammunition is New with a Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) 125 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.
Remington Core-Lokt Tipped 30-06 150 Grain Polymer Tip – 20 Rounds$38.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 150 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 30-06 Manufacturer SKU RT3006A Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700415307 Cost Per Round $1.94 per round
Remington’s Core-Lokt has long been hailed as the pinnacle of soft point hunting bullets. The old American ammo maker has made their bullet even more accurate and effective at anchoring game dead in its tracks by adding a big green polymer tip to the Core-Lokt!
This 30-06 round’s 150 grain polymer tipped bullet delivers greater accuracy than a soft point ever could. Its sharp nose profile, aerodynamic geometry and rear-situated center of gravity all work together to decrease drag and enhance stability. Its 0.415 G1 ballistic coefficient gives this bullet a remarkably flat trajectory and superior resistance to wind drift – as well as the ability to transfer massive energy to its target at several hundred yards.
The Core-Lokt Tipped bullet’s copper jacket is embedded in its core, thus keeping the two components from separating throughout high-velocity penetration. As the bullet tunnels deeply through sinuous muscle tissue, its polymer tip plows into its core and jacket to create fast and enormous expansion.
This ammo’s brass, primers and powder are all match-grade, rigorously inspected and carefully assembled to ensure consistent in-flight and terminal ballistics. The next buck you encounter hasn’t got a chance!
Remington Core-Lokt Tipped 308 Win 180 Grain Polymer Tip – 20 Rounds$39.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Polymer Tipped Use Type hunting big game, hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 308 Winchester (7.62X51) Manufacturer SKU RT308WC Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700485102 Cost Per Round $1.99 per round
Remington’s Core-Lokt Tipped line of ammunition takes everything you already love about the Core-Lokt and makes it even better! This 308 Win cartridge’s 180 grain projectile still has that mechanically locked together core and jacket which assures effectually deep penetration. Its accuracy and terminal ballistics are just a whole lot better than a soft point could ever provide!
This round’s Core-Lokt Tipped projectile is engineered for match accuracy. It stirs up extremely little drag as it whizzes downrange thanks not just to its streamlined polymer tip, but also its balanced center of gravity and ballistically efficient boat tail base. Once the heavyweight bullet clears muzzle at a rate of 2,640 fps, its 0.480 G1 ballistic coefficient ensures that it hugs a level trajectory and retains at least 1,500 ft lbs of energy until it reaches 410 yards. It delivers over 1,000 ft lbs of whitetail-walloping energy well beyond 600 yards!
The deep-penetrating Core-Lokt Tipped features a jacket that is thin around its tip and becomes thicker toward its base. Its polymer tip is also poised over a deep hollow point nose cavity, which it slides down into before finally connecting with the core. This is how the high-tech bullet produces such uniformly rapid and wide terminal expansion – even at surprisingly low velocities.
Remington loads their Core-Lokt Tipped series ammunition in the USA with smooth polished brass cases, as well as the meticulously paired Boxer-primers and low-fouling propellant charges which ensure clockwork performance out of any hunting rifle.
Remington Core-Lokt 30-30 170 Grain SP - 20 Rounds$45.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 170 Grain Bullet Type Core-Lokt Soft-Point (CLSP) Use Type hunting boar, hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 30-30 Winchester Manufacturer SKU R30302 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700054100 Cost Per Round $2.29 per round
The 30-30 is one of the most famous rounds in the world due to its use in the legendary Winchester Model 1894 lever action rifle and its incredible performance. Developed in 1895 by Winchester, the 30-30 is used all over the world for a competition and hunting rifle and is often considered the benchmark for big game rifles. Although normally used for deer and predators, certain loads are even capable of taking down elk, making this the perfect rifle round for you and your cowboy needs.
Remington has been around for two hundred years and is the oldest ammunition and firearms manufacturer in the United States, creating some of the best ammunition this nation has to offer. These Remington Core-Lokt, 170 grain, soft point, brass cased, boxer primed rounds fire at 2200 feet per second with fantastic accuracy and phenomenal terminal expansion, perfect for all your deer hunting expeditions.
Remington Core-Lokt 300 Win Mag 180 Grain PSP - 20 Rounds$45.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 180 Grain Bullet Type Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) Use Type hunting whitetail deer Casing Type Brass Quantity 20 Ammo Caliber 300 Winchester Magnum Manufacturer SKU R300W2 Primer Type Boxer Magnetic No UPC Barcode 047700055800 Cost Per Round $2.29 per round
An excellent choice if you're in search of a great 300 Winchester Magnum round for hunting whitetail deer. This New Remington ammo comes loaded with a 180 Grain Pointed Soft-Point (PSP) 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 Premier TSS 20 Gauge 1-1/2 oz. #7 – 5 Rounds$48.85
Manufacturer Remington Condition New Bullet Weight 1-1/2 oz. Bullet Type #7 Shot Use Type turkey hunting Quantity 5 Ammo Caliber 20 Gauge Manufacturer SKU TSS2037 Shot Material Tungsten Shell Length 3" UPC Barcode 047700530703 Cost Per Round $9.77 per round
Turkey. It’s not North America’s most dangerous game, but it can still be very hard to kill without the right kind of ammunition. And this Remington Premier TSS 20 Gauge shotshell, right here? It’s the right kind of ammunition.
This 3” long shell’s #7 shot pellets are made of a special tungsten alloy. Tungsten Super Shot, or TSS, boasts a density that is 56% greater than lead’s, so it retains vastly more energy and hits significantly harder over much greater distances. TSS’s inherently superior density gives you the option of firing much smaller pellets than you would normally choose for turkey hunting. That means more pellets on target to inflict a decisive death blow, and TSS keeps on penetrating until the job is done.
This round’s cloud of #7 TSS maintains a tight flight formation thanks not just to the pellets’ heightened hardness, but also Remington’s premium wad. These rounds’ 1,100 fps muzzle velocity doesn’t generate too much recoil, and their first-rate primers and powder always light up to predictable effect.