Remington “Big Green” Ammo is Back On Shelf ~VIDEO

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Remington, America’s iconic ammunition manufacturer, recently released a video giving shooters and hunters an update on the company’s Arkansas manufacturing plant. Following the company’s recent “Where’s the Ammo” video, Remington Ammunition President Jason Vanderbrink is back to give another update on Big Green’s increasing output.

In the video, Vanderbrink reaffirms the company’s commitment to quality, safety, and increasing production while showing where Remington ammo has recently been found on-shelf across the country.

“Our team knows we’ve got work to do.” said Vanderbrink. “We’re continuing to hire local manufacturing jobs, continuing to produce ammo 24/7, and continuing to revitalize Big Green as more ammo goes out the door daily.”

Interested shooters, hunters, and reloaders are encouraged to follow Remington on YouTube for future updates.

To be the first to hear about product availability, exciting new products, and everything Remington ammo, visitors to www.remington.com are encouraged to sign up for Remington’s e-newsletter or follow Remington on social media.


About Remington

From muskets to modern day, generations of hunters and shooters have trusted legendary Remington ammunition and accessories. Loaded in Lonoke, Arkansas by American workers, our wide array of pioneering sporting and hunting ammunition promises to get the job done every time the trigger is pulled. At Remington, we’re here for everyone who loads a round of ammo into a handgun, rifle, or shotgun.

We’ve been here since 1816. Together, Remington and America have fought and won wars, put food on millions of tables and brought countless generations together at the range and in the field. We are proud of each and every round that rolls off our factory line. A brand of outdoor sports and recreation company Vista Outdoor, Remington is bringing a renewed focus to ammunition, innovation, and quality – all while staying true to Remington’s legendary heritage and stature as an American icon.

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Dogma Factor
Dogma Factor
3 months ago

Yeah but will it be sold at outrageous gouging prices.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Dogma Factor

Either by people in the business pricing it to market, or by arbitrageurs (most of whom don’t know the meaning of the word).

If for some inexplicable reason people in the business sold it below the market price, a bunch of guys with guts hanging over their belt, unshaven necks, and wearing gravy-stained, camo t-shirts would wait outside the store for hours, buy it all and sell it for what the market is willing to pay.

Dogma Factor, is your neck un-shaven?

Levelhead
Levelhead
3 months ago

I’m pleased to hear that R is back in production and making ammo as fast as they can. BUT when can we expect the industry to be able to meet the insane demand for ammo? We need prices to come down to “normal” range. That’s the only metric that the shooter cares about. Given economic reality higher demand will produce higher prices. But if the industry is producing enough ammo the demand should begin to decline as ammo becomes available and users are able to buy what they need (or is it want?). So far that does not seem to… Read more »

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Levelhead

Other than getting Remington ramped back up and putting previously idle equipment into production, the industry (generally speaking) chose not to invest in more capacity because of the fickle buying habits of firearm owners. The large participants in the industry are reluctant to invest more in property, buildings, equipment, and people because the demand for ammo will likely come down further. A significant investment in equipment was made in 2016 when many thought there was a reasonable chance that Hillary would win and ammo demand would remain high. Hillary lost and demand for ammo plummeted. The equipment purchased in 2016… Read more »

Arny
Arny
3 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Companies looking for Govt contracts from a Bureaucracy that controls imported goods, finished or raw material. Can easily manipulate a market. Who’s going to do anything to them ? lol

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Arny

And you want more big government – exactly what Bernie Sanders promised.

Just don’t buy the ammo.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Levelhead

Levelhead, you asked some questions and I provided some information.

Do you want government employees to intervene more than they already have in the market?

Arny
Arny
3 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Yeah if it’s gonna benefit me. They want to regulate. OK do your damn job & KEEP ME FROM GETTING SCREWED. I thought that’s what I used to pay them for. lol

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Arny

That’s exactly how totalitarians get in – promising to fix people’s problems.

https://mises.org/wire/price-controls-are-disastrous-venezuela-and-everywhere-else

It’s not the government’s “job” to control prices.

The people who you think will prevent you from getting screwed are the people who will screw you.

Arny
Arny
3 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

You’re right, not their job. But it is, what they do. So why should they not work for me, if I have to pay them ? Especially since I have no say in the matter. I say defund Govt. Or at least bring back hangable offenses again. Then they may straighten up & work for the people. Instead of their self interest.

JSNMGC
JSNMGC
3 months ago
Reply to  Arny

“Working for the people” should mean doing a much, much better job at far, far fewer things. A good starting point: Reducing the size of government; Reducing the scope of government; Reducing the power of government; Reducing the cost of government; Requiring government employees to be competent; Requiring government employees to have good work ethic; and Requiring government employees to have integrity. Your proposal is the opposite. Have you considered how the government would go about regulating the price of ammo? How do you propose they regulate the resulting gray market? Have you studied totaliarian societies that have attempted what… Read more »

Last edited 3 months ago by JSNMGC
Russn8r
Russn8r
3 months ago
Reply to  JSNMGC

Tell it to “libertarian” economist John Lott, who supports government price-discrimination against Americans on behalf of big pharma. He claims that if gvt let us mail-order prescription drugs from foreign pharmacies there would be no incentive to develop new drugs. You see, only if Americans are forced to subsidize the rest of the world will new drugs be developed!

Of course, that opinion has NOTHING to do with his history of being funded by big pharma. Not.

Last edited 3 months ago by Russn8r
Russn8r
Russn8r
3 months ago
Reply to  Levelhead

What a whiny load of populist bull. You need to learn some microeconomics & common sense then critique your theories. Industry price fixing conspiracies have been illegal in the USA for over a century. Gun grabbers would love to enforce them against ammo makers etc. Price fixing cartels don’t even work where they’re legal and involve few players, e.g. OPEC. Big incentive to cheat. Anyone who cheats can sell all they want at a slightly lower price than the “fixed” price. Anyone who doesn’t cheat subsidizes the cheater. Ammo is competitive, many manufacturers domestic & foreign. When ammo prices fall… Read more »

Last edited 3 months ago by Russn8r