Remington announced it is back in the muzzleloader business in a big way at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits. The new inline Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader is based on the company's venerable bolt action and uses a magnum rifle primer instead of a 209 primer for ignition. The design permits the Ultimate Muzzleloader to ignite four, 50-grain pellets of blackpowder substitute like Hodgdon Triple Seven. To learn more about the gun's Accelerated Muzzleloader Performance (AMP) system and what it can do, check out the sneak-peak video below:
Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader
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