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Remington® UMC® Centerfire Rifle Ammo

   

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.223 Remington

50 Grain

Velocity (fps):
3425

Bullet Type:
Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $14.49

  • SKU: 1145254

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.22-250 Remington

50 Grain

Velocity (fps):
3820

Bullet Type:
Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $17.99

  • SKU: 1145255

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.223 Remington

50 Grain

Velocity (fps):
3425

Bullet Type:
Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
40 rounds

.22-250 Remington

50 Grain

Velocity (fps):
3820

Bullet Type:
Jacketed Hollow Point

Quantity:
40 rounds
  • $33.99

  • SKU: 1145257

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.308 Winchester

150 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2820

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $20.99

  • SKU: 284904

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.30 Carbine

110 Grain

Velocity (fps):
1990

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
50 rounds
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 284905

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7.62mm x 39mm

123 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2365

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $18.99

  • SKU: 378492

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.303 British

174 Grain

Velocity (fps):
2475

Bullet Type:
Metal Case

Quantity:
20 rounds
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 455370

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  • Perfect for any high volume shooters
  • Quality performance at a great value
  • Available in several high performance calibers
  • UMC cartridges use fresh brass and Kleanbore primers
  • Metal Case or Jacketed Hollow Point

For varmint hunting, target shooting, training exercises or any other high-volume shooting situation, UMC centerfire rifle ammunition offers value without any compromise in quality or performance. American made in Lonoke, Arkansas, UMC ammunition from Remington® delivers the attractive price and outstanding performance that comes from 140 years of production experience. Using fresh brass and clean shooting Kleanbore® primers, UMC centerfire rounds are made only in a limited line of popular calibers to give you the benefit of manufacturing efficiencies that keep costs low. Choose from metal-case or jacketed hollow point bullets. You'd be hard pressed to find a better value anywhere. Made in USA.

JHP: Jacketed Hollow Point
MC: Metal-Case
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Practice Ammo Ran 40 rounds of this ammo through my FNAR 308 with no problems. Tight patterns at 200 yards. Clean burning, easy clean up. Good price March 3, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works well for what it is intended The Remington UMS ammunition is excellent for target practice, or sighting in, or just enjoying a few hours on the range. It is affordable and of high quality that more than satisfies the things I want it to do. It also has the extra benefit of being totally recyclable in that the brass is always new and I can always reload it to more specialized loads for other purposes like hunting or competition. December 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best bang for my buck! Reputable company, high quality shells and the price couldn't be beat by the local "big box" stores. October 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great for the price Purchase a total of 200 rounds for just over 100 bucks. Ran 150 on a sunday through my M1 Carbine and only had 2 not fire, and not sure that they would have since the center primer only punched 1/2 way... possible firing pin issue. So therefore I think this is great plinking ammo, good buy and there is actually stock! August 13, 2013
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I am familiar with the terms HPBT, SP, RM, FN, HP and FMJ but have never heard of "Metal Case" used in the description of the bullet (projectile). Does it mean FMJ (i.e copper jacketed lead) or some other metal (such as steel) for the jacket?
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Metal case indicates core jacketing of some type. Possibly copper, brass, steel, chrome.
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Metal case means just that the casing is steel not brass. The projectile is lead core and copper jacket.
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Metal case and full metal jacket are essentially the same.
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The description does not indicate whether it is a 20, 25, etc.. round box.
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20 rounds
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the .30 Carbine is 50rds a box
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20 rounds
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it's a 50 count box
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a box holds 20 rounds
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The 30-40 Krag is a great rifle for deer hunting.
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I belive Reminton still make a 30-40 Krag round. But you will probably have to order it
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Sure.
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No. This judge shoots 410 shotgun shells and 45 long colt shells. Not center fire rifle cartridges.
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You need 45 colt pistol ammunition to work in the Judge pistol
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No don't waste your money. Your best bet is to buy quality 410 shotshells and 45 long colt bullets are the rifle rounds you need.
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no rifle ammo in a Judge!!
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I use the Umc ammo in my ar15 with no feeding problem and are fairly accurate
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I shoot the 55 gr. MC (metal case) rounds in my Remington VTR (AR-15) and they shoot great. Last fall I took a crow at 240 yards.
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Perfect Fit, no problem at all. I use it in mine all the time. Good ammo for Target shooting up to 200 yards for 55 grain bullets.
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Yes and no. This is a multi-part answer, pay close attention. First of all 7.62X39 is completely different ammunition which is for AK-47 applications and ABSOLUTELY WILL NOT work in a rifle chambered for .308 Winchester. Next comes 7.62X54, which also only fits a specific rifle and also WILL NOT work in a .308 rifle. Last but not least is the round you are probably referring to, the 7.62 X51 NATO round. Rifles chambered for 7.62X51 will also shoot .308 Winchester with no problems. The reverse is NOT TRUE. Because of higher chamber pressures it is not advisable to shoot 7.62X51 ammunition in a rifle chambered only for .308. This is especially true if the 7.62 ammo is military surplus!
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7.62NATO, 7.62x51mm, are the same size and dimesions, but are loaded to a higher pressure than .308 win., it is not recommended to shoot 7.62NATO through a gun chambered for .308 win. 7.62x39mm, 7.62 Russian are NOT compatable with the .308 win.
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No, they are not the same round. Although they are the same size. They have different pressures. So, I imagine your next question is, whether it is safe to use 7.62 round in a .308 caliber weapon? Yes it is. the pressure in the 7.62 is about 10,000 psi less than the .308.
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7.62X51mm NATO = .308 Win; not to be confused with 7.62x54mmR or 7.62x39mm which are both russian rounds
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7.62 X 51 are the same as .308. The others are not. An example if I am remembering correctly is that the AK-47 uses a 7.62 X 39 - I think.
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7.62x39mm (round used in the AK47) actually use bullets that are around .311 in diameter even though 7.62mm=.308
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".308 win." .308 winchester and 7.62x51 (Nato) are the same caliber and casing.

They are NOT the same round as 7.62x39. Only the caliber (diameter) of the bullet are the same.
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7.62 x 39 = .308
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.308 is also 7.62X51
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