30-06 Springfield 165 Grain Core-Lokt Tipped Rifle Ammunition



Big game meet bigger game. New for hunting season, this is Core-Lokt Tipped. Offering proven on-game performance with improved accuracy and long-range potential, it’s fair to say the legend just became more legendary. Thousands of rounds in development, Core-Lokt Tipped combines truer flight, flatter trajectory and devastating terminal energy. No wonder it’s the consistent choice of serious hunters all over the world.
BIG GREEN POLYMER TIP – Improves long-range ballistics, in-flight accuracy, and initiates rapid expansion
PROVEN CORE-LOKT JACKET – Tuned for optimal performance on big game
MATCH-GRADE ACCURACY – Center of gravity adjusted rearward to maximize accuracy
Caliber: 30-06 Springfield
Bullet: 165 Grain
Bullet Style: Core-Lokt Tipped
Muzzle Velocity: 2820 FPS
Ballistic Coefficient: .447
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Remington Arms Company, LLC was an American manufacturer of firearms and ammunition, now defunct.[1] Founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington (as E. Remington and Sons) in Ilion, New York, it was one of the oldest gun makers in the US and claimed to be the oldest factory in the US that still made its original product.[3] The company was the largest rifle manufacturer in North America according to 2015 ATF statistics.[4][5] The company developed or adopted more cartridges than any other gun maker or ammunition manufacturer in the world.

Until 2015, Remington Arms was part of the Freedom Group,[6] which was owned by Cerberus Capital Management. In 2014, a new plant was built in Huntsville, Alabama, to produce AR-15 style semi-automatic rifles and Remington 1911 R1 pistols.[7][8] In 2015, the Freedom Group was renamed as Remington Outdoor Company.

Remington filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in March 2018, having accumulated over $950 million in debt. Remington exited bankruptcy in May 2018, less than two months after filing for protection under Chapter 11 laws, and its quick exit from bankruptcy was due to a pre-approved restructuring plan that was supported by 97% of its creditors.

On July 28, 2020, Remington filed again for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection,[9] and its assets were divided up and sold to various buyers.[2] The Remington brand name was bought by Vista Outdoor, which uses it to market several types of ammunition.[10][11]

After the breakup, two companies now use the Remington name, Remington Ammunition and Remington Arms, LLC.[12][13]