When shooting a classic caliber like the .45 Long Colt, it makes sense to choose a manufactuer that has been around since the start. The "UMC" that you see on this Remington box stands for Union Metallic Cartridge Company, which merged with Remington Arms in 1912. Union Metallic Cartridge Company, in conjunction with Colt's Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company, was the company that developed this caliber in 1872. No one knows this caliber better than Remington, so pick up this bulk case of 45 Long Colt ammo by Remington and head out to the range!
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Posted On: 5/11/16 By: Greg Grinage