Remington Ammo

Remington has been delivering high-quality ammunition and firearms to American gun owners for over two centuries. They are not only one of the most recognized and respected names in the firearms industry, and they are one of the most influential companies in all American history.

Remington is known for their shotguns and rifles, but they also make a wide variety of ammunition products. Across the board, their main emphasis is items for the outdoors. This includes centerfire and rimfire ammunition for hunting, as well as shotshell for waterfowl, upland game birds, and small game. They also produce handgun ammunition for various purposes as well as components for reloading.

In 1916, Eliphalet Remington II produced a hand-built flintlock rifle that would become the basis for a model that was sold all over America. By 1928, the success of Remington’s rifle allowed him to move his barrel-making operation to a 200-acre site near the Erie Canal. Although it was used for various manufacturing efforts, this site became the present location of Remington’s factory.

In 1894, Remington earned it’s first firearms contract, and by 1848 the first armory buildings for the company were erected. Remington firearms production increased during the Civil War, a time when Remington rifles and muskets where used extensively in the Union Army.

Firearms production continued, but it wasn’t until 1871 that Remington’s ammunition branch was established. This department produced ammo for shotguns, pistols, and rifles. Two years later, Remington actually manufactured the world’s first effective typewriter, further establishing their place as an innovation leader.

By the turn of the century, Remington was a major company for both firearms and ammunition. They were so important to American forces that they provided roughly half the small-arms ammunition used by Allied forces during World War I. During the second world war, Remington produced over half of the ammo used by American forces and our allies.

Remington is not just an icon in the U.S. Guatemala actually has two Remington rifles crossing each other on their national flag.

Remington continued to innovate throughout the 20th century, creating numerous firearms, especially in the area of hunting shotguns and rifles. They have been innovators in ammunition as well, creating several rifle cartridges that carry their name, including the .30 Remington AR, the .223 Remington, and the .260 Remington.

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  1. 20rds - 250 Savage Remington Express Rifle 100gr. Pointed Soft Point Ammo 20rds - 250 Savage Remington Express Rifle 100gr. Pointed Soft Point Ammo
    $35.00
    $1.75/ppr

    38 In Stock

  2. 20rds - 450 Bushmaster Remington 260gr. Accutip Ammo 20rds - 450 Bushmaster Remington 260gr. Accutip Ammo
    $35.95
    $1.80/ppr

    100 In Stock

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Recent Remington Ammo Reviews

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    Fast Delivery, well packaged - great ammo! Thank you!
    Ryan on 50rds - 41 Mag Remington HTP 210gr. Semi-Jacketed Soft Point Ammo
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    Excellent shells, wish i could find them this year!
    Brad C on 25rds - 12 Gauge Remington Nitro Magnum 2 3/4" 1 1/2oz. #4 Shot Ammo
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    Did a great job defending our calves against feral dogs.
    DWdrumz4God on 20rds - 30-30 Remington Accelerator 55gr Soft Point Ammo
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    I've been a Remington guy for over 40 years. In fact I've never hunted with a slug or rifle. However when I saw the tac 8 I have to admit I was hesitant so I only bought two boxes just to see how they would pattern in my particular shotgun. When hunting with buckshot you to be very diciplined when taking your shot , know your gun and how it patterns and just hunt like you bow hunt. I don't hunt with anything fancy , just a fox double barrel Sterling edition....it's never let me down. Folks say "buckshot just doesn't have the power"....last year I shot a 215lb 6point at 32 yards and all 8 pellets made a complete pass through... needless to say I was very surprised. I've tried the federal flight control and it's good stuff , but so is the tac 8. So if your a die-hard buckshot guy give it a try....you just may be surprised.
    Donny on 5rds – 12 Gauge Remington Express TAC 8 2-3/4" 8-Pellet 00 Buckshot Ammo