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First Look: New Remington Guns & Ammunition for 2014

by G&A Staff   |  December 19th, 2013 9

It appears 2014 is shaping up to be an exciting year for several Remington product lines.

Their new offerings include specialized extensions of their Versa Max and 870 shotgun platforms, as well as their 700- and 783-series of rifles. A handful of new R1 pistols also join their lineup of 1911s.

Remington’s Ultimate Defense handgun ammunition will expand to include more calibers, and become split into two distinct performance categories—Full-Size Handgun and Compact Handgun. The Compact Handgun cartridges will be designed and loaded for optimal performance in popular concealed carry pistols.

Other new ammo includes Remington’s Golden Saber Black Belt, which we expect will replace standard non-bonded Golden Saber ammo, once it reaches the consumer market in Q3 of 2014. Initial offerings for Black Belt include 124-grain 9mm Luger, 124-grain+P 9mm Luger, 165- and 180-grain .40 S&W, and 230-grain .45 ACP.

For more information, check out the photos and specs below, and stay tuned for G&A’s additional coverage during the 2014 SHOT Show.

  • hkryan

    Why does every long gun, classic or modern, have to be modded out with an AR buttstock and grip? Nothing against the AR rifle but seriously, to what end? I expect a Winchester 94 with tacticool AR stock and grip in the near future… maybe at SHOT show?

    • HHwang

      Free market, you know.

    • RMP52

      Have you seen the Mossberg lever action tactical? It’s just what you are talking about.

    • Rick_A

      In regards to the bolt action, it is commonly referred to as a tube gun. With the stock inline recoil is more straight back than up, and guys that shoot multi position competitions like the ergonomics. Due to the unitized metal on metal construction they tend to require minimal to no maintenance or attention in bedding and such. They make shooting bigger calibers a lot more tolerable, as well. Win Win Win

      Not fudd approved.

  • Christiano

    I disagree with this article to a certain extent

  • Christiano

    Yeah, although I do believe that Remingtons Guns and their products have positioned themselves very well in the market and they have created and aura already but still they are miles back when they are compared to some other brands like AIRSOFT MEGASTORE which also provides their customers with an online buying facilty which makes them a forerunner in this industry.

  • Christiano

    Also, AIRSOFT MEGASTORE provides an awesum collections and varieties which are at a time affordable and handy for the buyers. Thus , if we compare Remington with some others like Airsoft Megastore we can simply feel the difference..

  • jdubya

    Remington’s quality has taken a dive approx. 10 years ago. The new stuff is overpriced for the quality it is. Fit and finish are poor. I bought a new mountain rifle 6 yrs ago and the box magazine would not go in the gun without a struggle. All full of machining burrs. Not good. I have noticed on gunbroker people seem to be paying a premium for the early model 700′s,870′s and 1100′s. Tells me others feel the same.

  • bear

    HAY Remington when is your 22cal. plant going to be up and running ?

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