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Remington 9mm 100 pack

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Lone Star, Aug 13, 2004.

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  1. Lone Star

    Lone Star Member

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    Last night in Wal Mart (ugh!) I found Remington 115 grain 9mm JHP ammo in a 100 round box for about $11.95. May be $11.50; I think I threw out the receipt last night.

    Does anyone know if this is their standard velocity load of that type or some "cheap jack" promotional load made for Wal Mart? It isn't marked Plus P. I'm hoping it will feed and shoot well, expand the bullet and not burn dirty. I hope for around 1150 FPS in my CZ-75b.

    Anyone know anything about this stuff? Ever chronographed any?

    Thanks,

    Lone Star
     
  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Don't know for sure, but its probably closely related to the regular
    "Core-Lok" standard JHP's. It should be good stuff, and it quite
    possibly was made by Remington's UMC company in AK?

    Best Wishes,
    Ala Dan, N.R.A. Life Member
     
  3. JackDRipper

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    Walmart also has this new Remington 100 rd JHP's in 40 and 45. I've bought the 9,40 and 45 but have only shot the 40 so far, seems great.
    JR
     
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    The next time I buy ammo, I'll try it and let you know. I usually shoot the Wallyworld WWB 100 round 9mm.
     
  5. phorvick

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    I usually use the Wal-Mart/Winchester or Blazer, but did get a box of the Remington value pack 9mm to try. I thought they were fine...seemed cleaner and fed reliably in my Glocks.......hard to say if they are "worth" the extra $, but if you prefer them to be packed rather than just all loose, well....
     
  6. Lone Star

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    Thanks, all. Appreciate it!

    Lone Star
     
  7. TODD3465

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    Hmmm.....I'll check Rem's website and see if they list it there.

    May try some myself regardless.
     
  8. MR.G

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    It is the Remington UMC.made in AK. Bought four boxes, but havn't had a chance to shoot any yet.
     
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    One thing I noticed about the rem bulkpack ammo is that it has a lot more muzzle blast than win white box or my reloads. Tried to chrono some yesterday but my chrono was acting up telling me I was getting 1375 fps with a 115 JHP. I don't think so! Will replace battery and try again in a few days.
     
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    is this UMC or is it new remington green pack I have seen walmart?

    have seen UMC 100 and 250 packs at gandermountain
     
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