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Back in Business: How Remington Ammunition is Addressing Ammo Shortages

Hundreds of American workers are returning to Remington's ammunition facility in Lonoke, Arkansas.

Back in Business: How Remington Ammunition is Addressing Ammo Shortages

Hundreds of hard-working employees are filing into Remington's Lonoke ammunition facility to fill the positions that many thought were gone for good. (Photo courtesy of Sam Forbes)

After facing bankruptcy for the second time in 2020, America’s iconic Remington Ammunition brand faced an uncertain future. During the subsequent firesale, Vista Outdoor purchased the ammunition and accessories side of Remington’s business, and the new ownership didn’t skip a beat at getting the historic Lonoke plant back into production. Hundreds of Americans have been hired and millions of dollars have been invested to ensure the ammunition brand we all recognize is back on shelves across America.

What is unique about the buyout is the fact that Vista owns Federal Ammunition. Arguably two of the biggest ammo manufacturers are now under single ownership. But...

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