Remington Expands Ammunition Operations

Remington Lonoke Ammunition Plant
Remington Lonoke Ammunition Plant

Madison, N.C. – Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) announced today its plan to expand operations at the Remington Ammunition Plant in Lonoke, Arkansas.

Work on the expansion, which will include the construction of a new building, is expected to begin second quarter of 2013.  The $32 million expansion plan is projected to be in operation by the second quarter of 2014.

“We are proud to provide job growth within communities that have supported us for so many years, while meeting the increasing global demand for superior ammunition products,” said Jim Grahlmann, Lonoke Plant Manager. “This expansion reinforces our commitment to deliver the finest quality products for our customers.”

“We continue to invest in all of our manufacturing operations because we are committed to ensuring quality, increasing product availability and improving on-time delivery,” said Kevin Miniard, Chief Operating Officer of Remington.

“This significant investment in Lonoke is a testament to that commitment. Our customers can count on Remington to invest in its manufacturing operations in order to ensure that its facilities are state-of-the art and its employees are the best in the industry.”

The Remington Ammunition Plant, established in 1969, designs and manufactures leading ammunition products with superior craftsmanship. More information about Remington Ammunition can be found at

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I live in Little Rock (just down I-40 from Lonoke) and shot at the Remington Gun Club adjacent to the plant. Know a lot of employees and managers of the plant. Outstanding people and Remington has been a huge asset to the trap and skeet shooters of Arkansas. They tell me that Remington is not currently producing any ammunition for the Feds.


how soon we forget the ones that are giving a few million dollars twords building this new plant!!
(hint) he is an uncle named Sam


Here’s my question. Why does remington not produce obsolete ammo such as 41 rim fire short?
Yes they did produce this caliber ammo until 1935 and yes they did produce at least four or five models of this type


Actually there is a hell of alot of first run ammo back on the market.No too cheap,but there. HBH


I’m sure the government will get first crack at the ammo.


The ammo will all come back around ! I personally was ready for all this and had been stockpiling for almost two years. When push comes to shove you can only count on yourself, one else ! HBH


A day late and a dollar short!

5 War Veteran

Wow I am impressed and what fete of intelligence took them so damned long for them to do this?