Remington Awarded US Navy Contract of 12 Gauge Slug, Duty Shotshells

If you are a former swabbie – US Navy man – you might be unsurprised to learn that Remington Ammunition has secured themselves another US Navy Contract to supply them with ammo. This time it is for the AO23 vintage of shotgun shells being a 12 Gauge slug, duty shotgun load: a 2 3/4″, 1 ounce rifled lead slug.

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Remington To Collaborate with Jessie & James Handbags

Carrying in a purse is a popular method among prepared women, and is sometimes the only option available. Just ask my wife when she was eight months pregnant. With so many new firearms owners being women, there has been a surge in female-directed options. Jessie & James has been creating handbags that are both stylish and functional, and they are now intertwined with a giant. Remington knows what women want and have announced their new collaboration with Jessie & James Handbags.

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Remington Introduces New Premier Bismuth Hunting Shotgun Loads

Regardless of the season, a heavy-hitting and long-range capable shotgun load is part of the key to success when it comes to waterfowl hunting. Whether you’re after early-season upland hunting in Montana or waterfowl hunting in south Louisianna, you’ll want a shotgun load that you’re both familiar with and performs well across a variety of locations. Remington has just announced the introduction of their new Premier Bismuth hunting loads which are both denser and feature more energy than comparable steel loads. These new loads are being introduced just in time for you to start patterning and practicing with them as we approach the early waterfowl season coming up in the fall.

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Remington Adds New Gun Club Cure 12 Gauge Shotgun Loads

A lot of you probably already donate to various charities around the country. Giving back is a rewarding experience for both parties and if you can combine that giving with something else you love, that’s always an added bonus. Remington Ammunition has just announced the addition of two new 12-gauge shotgun loads dubbed their Gun Club Cure line that aims to give back to families in need across the country by donating a portion of the proceeds from this new line to various children’s hospitals and disease research centers.

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Golden Saber 10mm Introduced by Remington Ammunition

The Golden Saber personal defense ammunition line has just received its latest addition. Golden Saber 10mm was announced as part of Remington’s 2022 new product lineup and will be available in three different configurations optimized for different personal defense situations and firearms. With the recent introduction of the new SIG Sauer P320 in 10mm, this new defensive ammunition option presents further options for those who choose to carry a 10mm pistol.

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Remington's New Sporting Clays Course and Inaugural Spring League

Those who live in the Mid-South might be interested to hear that the Remington has just opened its new Gun Club and Sporting Clays Course to the public and is currently hosting its inaugural Spring League. This new sporting clays course and the gun club are located about two hours west of me in Lonoke, Arkansas just off of I-40. The new sporting clays facility is located just a short walk from Remington’s historic ammunition factory.

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Remington President says Remington Ammunition is Back in "Full Swing"

Many of you will remember that last year the Remington Arms Company was broken up by several of its component and brand divisions and sold off in what has probably been one of the largest firearms company selloffs in recent memory. Remington Ammunition was acquired by Vista Outdoors and it’s now back in “full swing” according to the Remington Ammunition president. This acquisition included the Remington Outdoors Lonoke, Arkansas ammunition facility. Remington Ammunition President Jason Vanderbrink had some enthusiastic news about the rebirth of the Remington Ammunition brand.

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Remington Ammunition, Under New Ownership, Launches New Website

The Remington name has been inextricably linked to the world of American firearms for most of our nation’s history. Eliphalet Remington II, the then-23-year-old son of a colonial-era blacksmith, made his first flintlock rifle barrel on his father’s forge in 1816. The gun was so well received that he immediately began manufacturing more barrels in quantity, and the foundations of today’s Remington Arms Co. were born. Now more than two centuries later, the brand’s modern firearms are still in heavy circulation all over the United States and beyond. The company also has a major ammunition manufacturing division, Remington Ammunition, producing a wide variety of rifle and pistol calibers, as well as shotshells.

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