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Remington Ammo also known as Remington Arms Company, Inc., is headquartered in Madison, North Carolina. Remington designs, manufactures, and sells sporting goods products for hunting and shooting enthusiasts. Remington Arms is the only United States manufacturer of both firearms and ammunition products. Furthermore, Remington Arms doesn't stop with producing ammunition... in fact, Remington Arms is one of the biggest domestic producers of shotguns and rifles!
For decades, Remington Arms has incorporated ballistic innovation into each round. The Remington brand is well known for its accuracy and reliability. All Remington cartridges are assembled from high quality components and quality control check processes are in place to ensure strict product standards.
Remington Ammo is manufactured right here in the U.S. Currently, Remington Arms has five site locations which include plants in New York, Kentucky, Arkansas, and Ohio.
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This is my carry round
Review by Danny
I bought my G23.4 from a police officer. His department had issued him remington golden sabers and he included 2 boxes of 50 of them with the gun. I fired all 100 of them without any issue at all. My gun seems to like them. I don't know if it's me trying harder or the cartridges costing roughly $1 each, but they always seem to hit exactly where my point of aim is, extra accurate. 180gr with 1050 muzzle velocity makes the recoil impulse much more predictable than lighter loads, makes it feel more like a straight push back rather than an unpredictable, sharp, snap. I personally have done lots of research, and it is in my opinion that other than the Federal Premium HST, this is the best 40 caliber self defense ammo. They both penetrate just about 18 inches consistently through the same Gel tests, and they both expand to about .75 caliber from .40.
However, I would trust the Black Belted Golden Saber round more to be barrier blind. Both of the two bullet types are non-bonded but are engineered to behave as if they are bonded. As far as I know, the Black Belt GS currently has the most advanced technology. The brass mechanilokt belt that goes around the middle of the bullet, sits just below the halfway point, around the core. This belt does a few things, it prevents jacket separation, it controls expansion, while at the same time, it facilitates it. The way it's supposed to work, is that if it hits something hard like sheet metal or windshield glass, it will go straight through like a Full Metal Jacket, and upon impacting a soft, fleshy target, it will expand reliably.
I would only carry these or Federal HST in 180gr from a 4" or shorter barrel. If I had a Glock 22, with a 4.6 inch barrel or a Glock 35 with it's 5.4" barrel, I would opt for the 165gr versions. Longer barrels perform better using lighter for caliber ammo, the longer, the lighter, the better. The idea here is that the longer barrel takes advantage of the smaller bullet moving faster, by being able to better utilize the gasses behind it, for longer, means more energy downrange. There's no downside to using heavy for caliber ammunition unless it's too slow to expand reliably, but if you use light and fast loads in a shorter barrel, you'll gain no extra power, you'll only have more muzzle blast.
TLDR: These and Federal HSTs. One or the other, whichever your pistol likes more, can't go wrong with either. Very Similar performance,
(Posted on April 7, 2020)Review of 40 S&W - 180 Grain BBJHP - Remington Golden Saber Black Belt - 20 Rounds
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Good practice ammo
Review by Buggsie
Seems to run a bit dirty, but cycles great, and is a blast to shoot. Good value for what you get!
(Posted on March 16, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain MC - Remington UMC - 1000 Rounds
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No major Issues
Review by Trevor
I bought this product awhile ago and chewed through it rather quickly. I don’t recall any issues with it either in my Ruger LCP 2 or in the Bersa Thunder. I like that it comes in an amount other than 1000 rounds while still at a reasonable price per round.
(Posted on February 18, 2020)Review of 380 Auto - 95 Grain FMJ - Remington UMC - 300 Round Bucket
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Review by Cshooter
An old cop who used to carry this load in a 5" 1911 years ago told me about this ammo and how it had a 90% one shot stop rate in his dept. I have had several 45s for 15 years or so and have tried about as many different types of ammo as there has been made. This ammo within 30 yrds will really do the damage. In everything I have ever seen, including my own testing, has shown me that this stuff expands violently, and pushes fairly deep. My chrono out of 3 gov't modle 1911s shows an average of 535 ft/lbs of muzzle energy. Not too shabby.
(Posted on February 18, 2020)Review of 45 ACP +P - 185 gr JHP - Remington Golden Saber- 25 Rounds
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Proven Steet Stopper
Review by Charles
I carried these on duty in the 80's. We never had a failure to stop with this round. Most, if not all, resulted in fatalities with center mass hits.
(Posted on February 17, 2020)Review of 357 Mag - 125 gr SJHP - Remington HTP - 50 Rounds
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Doesn't work in my 5.56 Ruger MPR
Review by Didnt_work
I can't speak to how this ammo works in a gun designed for .223. I tried to run this through my Ruger MPR, which is admittedly built for 5.56.
I couldn't get more than 2-3 rounds to fire without a failure to feed.
That said, I've NEVER had trouble with .223 in my Ruger MPR before. I've run everything from Federal ammo to cheap steel stuff, and never had significant malfunctions. This is the only .223 ammo that's ever given me trouble in nearly two years of owning the firearm.
I'm aware .223 isn't the exact same as 5.56, but this ammo is the only time I've ever had trouble with .223.
If you're buying this for a .223 rifle, go for it. If you're buying for a 5.56 rifle, look somewhere else.
(Posted on February 16, 2020)Review of 223 Rem - 55 Grain FMJ - Remington UMC Bulk Pack - 1000 Rounds
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Product good...service great!
Review by Daniel
Standard ammo. I knew what I was getting. What is different is the service! I want to support lucky gunner’s constant research and reporting on ammo and guns. They are a unbiased valuable resource for all of us. Besides that, the price is great and shipping fast. Support them!
(Posted on February 13, 2020)Review of 9mm - 115 Grain MC - Remington UMC - 500 Rounds
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Great target usage
Review by Rob G.
Excellent performance. I shoot 100yds using a S&W 686-6 Competitor with scope. Quite consistant performance.
(Posted on February 12, 2020)Review of 357 Mag - 125 Grain SJHP - Remington UMC- 100 Rounds
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12 gauge buckshot
Review by Richard
Great ammo at a great price. Easy to order and arrived expeditiously!!
(Posted on February 11, 2020)Review of 12 Gauge - 3-1/2" 18 Pellet 00 Buck Magnum - Remington Express - 150 Rounds
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If you are going to hunt, or carry a small .22 for self defense, and your gun will eat this, the is the best.
Review by Satchmoeddie
From my Beretta Model 21A this is about the only .22 LR that has good expansion, and the expansion is actually really good. From my rifles it is off the scale great. Nylon 66, Marlin 60/795, Ruger 10-22, CZ, Browning .22SA, Remington Speedmaster, all good .22s and even my CMG .22 conversion runs the Yeller Jackets, and they are devastating little rimfire bullets! Accuracy is little sketchy with the 1:7 twist on the AR15 but from the regular .22s it's awesome, and with a mouse gun, this THE ONLY CHOICE!!! Even Stinger pale in comparison. Stingers are more for reliability in cycling the 21A. These will cycle the 21A too, and do it just fine, and THESE EXPAND! The Stingers don't from a 2 inch barrel.
(Posted on February 9, 2020)Review of 22 LR - 33 gr TCHP - Remington - Yellow Jacket - 50 Rounds
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Review by Nick
Good cheap target ammo
(Posted on February 9, 2020)Review of 380 Auto - 95 Grain FMJ - Remington UMC - 300 Round Bucket
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Best of both worlds
Review by Tiny Tim
Low enough price to practice with. High enough quality to carry. what more could you ask for?, super fast shipping and great customer service? Lucky Gunner delivers that too.
(Posted on February 8, 2020)Review of 357 Sig - 125 gr JHP - Remington UMC - 50 Rounds
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my favorite B-zone buckshot load when Flight Control is too tight
Review by Jeff
This is my favorite 25yd B-zone Buckshot load for general use. I find the 8 pellet patterns better than the 9 pellet in my 20" cylinder bore Ithaca 37. There may be others that pattern similarly but I chose this Remington Buck shot load primarily for RELIABILITY. After shooting a 400rd course of fire I did not have any malfunctions. Which , for my 1970's Ithaca, a failure to extract is a total jam requiring me to stop and disassemble to clear. As an added bonus this is very light recoiling which makes shooting a prolonged training session with a pump gun pleasurable. This is 1200fps. If you are running an auto loader I'd go with the Remington Tac-8 which increases the velocity to 1325fps.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 12 Gauge - 2-3/4" 8 Pellet 00 Buckshot - Remington LE Reduced Recoil - 250 Rounds
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great round for the money
Review by rgbnov53
just shot these at the range today. my colt rail gun loved them. no ftf or fte pretty accurate too. more accurate than I am for sure lol burned clean. i recently replaced my recoil spring (16 lb) and used a recoil buffer and they still had enough recoil to run the gun perfectly. hopefully gunner will get some of these rounds in a higher purchase amount.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 45 ACP - 185 Grain MC - Remington UMC - 50 Rounds
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Nice target round.
Review by Juan
Nice target round. I'm using it for qualifications and testing in my S&W 686 6 inch. It works well. Accurate and mild.
(Posted on February 5, 2020)Review of 38 Special - 158 Grain LSWC - Remington Target - 50 Rounds
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