.22 Long Rifle – 40 Grain Copper Plated Round Nose – Remington Golden Bullet – 5000 Rounds (6.2¢ per round)

Easily the most common round in the USA, .22 Long Rifle is a cartridge famed for its easy shooting and low price. These traits make it a popular choice for training new shooters; more experienced marksmen often love shooting it for fun. It’s also an excellent tool for small game hunting, since it offers more than enough power to take squirrels, rabbits and most pest animals.

This particular load from Remington carries a copper-plated round nose bullet that weighs 40 grains and exits the barrel at 1255 feet per second. The brass rimfire case contains clean-burning propellant that works with the plated bullet to reduce fouling with every shot, so you can shoot more and clean less.

Remington Golden Bullet rimfire ammunition is purpose-built to run well in semi-automatic firearms. Remington brings all the expertise and commitment to quality of their centerfire ammunition to their rimfire line, so you know you’re buying quality even when you’re buying on a budget.

223 Rem – 55 Grain FMJ – Remington UMC Bulk Pack – 1000 Rounds (29.0¢ per round)

This American made brass cased ammo is perfect for your AR-15 with quality you can count on! This 223 Remington ammo is shipped in a 1000 round loose packed box so for the shooter who’s looking to stock up their arsenal while saving per round. Ideal for transferring to an ammo can or taking directly to the range to avoid the hassle of stacks of ammo boxes and trays.

Manufactured by the legendary Remington Arms Company, this product is brand new, brass-cased, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable. It is a staple range and target practice ammunition used by many law enforcement agencies and avid shooters.

Note: Remington’s bullet type designation “metal case” or “metallic cartridge” is essentially the equivalent of full metal jacket.

22 LR – 38 Grain LHP – Remington 22 Subsonic – 5000 Rounds (6.2¢ per round)

The cacophonous report of the 22 LR can be a little startling until you get used to it. We normally recommend that you wear both foamies and earmuffs when you fire so thunderous a caliber — unless you’re shooting Remington’s 22 Subsonic line of ammunition, that is. This round’s 1,050 fps muzzle velocity can’t break the sound barrier, so it’s exceptionally quiet, and even more so if your firearm is outfitted with a silencer. (Or a suppressor depending on what side of that particular debate you’re on.)

This round features a 38 grain projectile, a lead hollow point in fact. That deals exaggerated damage against squirrels and their pesky woodland friends. If you live in a neighborhood where loud gun shots aren’t highly valued, such as any neighborhood, that makes this round an awesome way to conduct pest control. Remington’s brass casing is precision drawn and behaves itself in any kind of firearm, and their primer and propellant ensure reliable cycling in a semi-automatic even with the lesser muzzle velocity they produce.

40 S&W – 180 Grain MC – Remington UMC – 1000 Rounds (29.0¢ per round)

Quantity – 250 rounds per box; 4 boxes per case
Manufacturer – Remington UMC
Bullets – 180 grain metal case (MC)
Casings – Boxer-primed brass

This 40 S&W cartridge from Remington’s UMC line of ammunition features a 180 grain metal case projectile. A metal case bullet is in every sense the same as the full metal jacket variety — you can count on this bullet to not rapidly foul your bore with lead residue as you fire it, making it perfect for high volume shooting.

This round’s outstanding components coupled with its low price even further suits it for high volume shooting. It features a reliable and non-corrosive Kleanbore Boxer primer, clean burning propellant that is gentle on your pistol’s action, and a factory fresh brass casing which is optimal for handloading. Few rounds on the market offer more value than a UMC.

UMC manufactures their ammunition at Remington’s Lonoke, AR production facility. Originally the Union Metallic Cartridge Company, which was founded in Connecticut in 1867, their products have long been renowned for their outstanding quality.

40 S&W – 180 Grain MC – Remington UMC – 500 Rounds (27.0¢ per round)

Quantity – 50 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer – Remington UMC
Bullets – 180 grain metal case (MC)
Casings – Boxer-primed brass

Manufactured by the legendary Remington Arms Company, this product is brand new, brass-cased, boxer-primed, non-corrosive, and reloadable. It is a staple range and target practice ammunition used by many law enforcement agencies and avid shooters. 

Note: Remington’s bullet type designation “metal case” is essentially the equivalent of full metal jacket.