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|Bullet Weight||230 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)|
|Ammo Casing||Nickel-Plated Brass|
|Ammo Caliber||.45 ACP (Auto)|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||835|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||356|
Today, we're going to take a look at the Remington UMC 45 ACP new target load. What really makes this different is this nickel-plated brass. And nickel plate actually functions smoother and more reliability. It does feature a 230-grain, full-metal cased lead bullet. And this is a copper jacketed bullet, which is the same as full metal jacket.
With a muzzle velocity of 835 feet per second and muzzle energy at 356 foot-pounds, this is an excellent full-power load.
Now, with all Remington UMC ammunition, they used non-corrosive primers, non-corrosive powder. And the one good thing about this nickel-plated brass is that once it's fired, it's easy to find and can easily be reloaded.
Remington Arms has been around since the early 1800s and is one of the oldest companies in North America. But UMC has been producing ammunition for over 140 years. You put those two together, and you get a lot of experience, which equals to consistency.
Now, to evaluate this ammo, I used a Springfield Armory Champion, a Colt Lightweight Commander, a Glock Model 36, an EAA Witness, and a Colt Government Model. All function flawlessly.
Now, the quality's there, but the price is right. This is a very cost-effective solution for high-volume practice and training. Now, you have to feel good about Remington being made right here in the United States. And you also know that you have great quality control, which equals to consistency.
10 yards offhand. Remington UMC doesn't call this the Target Load for nothing. If you need dependability and reliability-- and who doesn't-- go to Remington UMC Target Loads. Excellent choice.
Review by Snappy
Great plinkers, best I've used so far. I will purchase again.
(Posted on 9/22/2012)
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Review by James
Been through about 250 rounds thus far with my Smith Wesson M&P 45. Zero problems, zero misfires..which is what I expect from Remington. They are pretty dirty and your gun will need to be cleaned after each range outing, but for the value you can't go wrong. Will be purchasing 500 more rounds in the near future. As always, LG shipping was extremely fast.
(Posted on 2/3/2012)
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Quality - reasonable price
Review by scott
Quality ammo at a reasonable price. Functions well in my auto with no hic-ups.
(Posted on 1/24/2012)
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No feed problems
Review by Juddster
Lucky Gunner rocks! I use this ammo in my Springfield TRP, great for target practice and seems to burn a bit cleaner then the WWbox.
(Posted on 1/21/2012)
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Review by WildBill
Great ammo. No feed problems. I would recommend to anyone:)
(Posted on 12/7/2011)
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Great target ammo for the price
Review by sarg593
i shot 300 rounds through my taurus pt-145 (lot of rapid fire) with no problems at all.
(Posted on 10/4/2011)
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Review by JayDee
Each time I pull the trigger, the gun goes BANG! What more could you ask?
(Posted on 8/23/2011)
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Review by Rick
Bought 500 rounds and have fed about 250 through my S&W and Para USA and no problems.
(Posted on 4/29/2011)
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Great Ammo from Great Site
Review by auzak
I always enjoy shooting my Warthog, especially when I can find quality target ammo like the Remington UMC 230 grain 45 APC at a great price. Now that I've found the good folks at LuckyGunner, I can't see myself buying bulk ammo from anywhere else!
(Posted on 4/13/2011)
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Good ammo but shorted on total number
Review by jeff
I used about 100 rds through my Sig with no problems. HOWEVER, the bulk box was short 10 rounds. Made me sad.
(Posted on 4/10/2011)
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Great Target Ammo
Review by BCKHNTR
I have shot about 250 rds so far, has performed great in my XD! No problems, I will purchase again.
(Posted on 3/26/2011)
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