Finally, mankind reached his potential upon the invention of the bucket: the greatest container of all time. And Remington has only made the bucket better by filling it with 300 rounds of 38 Special range ammunition.
Each one of these rounds has a 130 grain bullet loaded to produce a 800 fps muzzle velocity. That’s a mild load, so you won’t have too much recoil to endure as you start blasting away at the pistol range. The full metal jacket bullet has a flat nose profile for compatibility with lever-action rifles, a cannelure to prevent setback in the cylinder, and no steel that would have drawn a magnet. Perfect for target practice!
“UMC” stands for Union Metallic Cartridge – the name of a company Remington absorbed over a hundred years ago. Each UMC round has a non-corrosive Boxer primer, clean-burning powder, and a new brass case that you’ll want to keep for handloading purposes. My goodness. You can even use the bucket to store empty brass cases.
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