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This .45 ACP Golden Saber ammo is a +P loading, giving it considerable added velocity and mitigating the traditional disadvantages of the .45 ACP such as relatively low velocity and modest penetration. However, some firearms may not be able to fire the high-pressure rounds safely. Shooters should check with the manufacturer of their particular firearm if they have doubts about its ability to fire +P ammunition.
Remington is the only American company that makes both guns and ammo. Formerly based in upstate New York, the company has moved several times since its founding in 1816 and currently operates from a headquarters in North Carolina as well as factories in New York, Arkansas, and Kentucky. Although most renowned for its venerable line of rifles and shotguns, Remington has found significant success in the self-defense market with its Golden Saber rounds.
Remington has had a varied corporate history, and has diversified into multiple product segments including typewriters. The typewriter division was spun off in 1927 but returned to the arms industry during World War II, resulting in the Remington Rand 1911 pistol. Today, the parent company’s most notable offering in .45 ACP is the Remington 1911 R1, introduced in 2010 and offered in a variety of models ranging from classic GI style to heavily modernized carry pistol.
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