Remington Introduces Ultimate Muzzleloader

Remington unveils the new Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader, which uses a magnum rifle primer for ignition.

One new gun just unveiled at the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits and sure to draw a crowd is the Remington Model 700 Ultimate Muzzleloader. As you've probably figured out by now, the bolt-action inline muzzleloader is built on the Remington Model 700 action. But get this: It uses a magnum rifle primer instead of a 209 primer for ignition, which allows the Ultimate Muzzleloader to harness the power provided by 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:

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6 Responses to Remington Introduces Ultimate Muzzleloader

GRANDIE wrote:
June 11, 2014

Can the shell be reprised?

Gump wrote:
May 07, 2014

Why not $2k? That would be ten times what I paid for my Omega at WalMart years ago. Easier to remember that way. Very accurate, that Omega, by the way.

AdamH wrote:
April 27, 2014

Rob, the Ultimate Muzzleloader should be available this summer.

AdamH wrote:
April 27, 2014

Not a typo, Tim. The AMP system in the Remington Ultimate Muzzleloader reliably ignites four, 50-grain pellets.

Tim Johnson wrote:
April 26, 2014

4 Triple 7 50/50 pellets? 200 grains? Is this a typo? Should it be 4 50/30 pellets?

Rob Richardson wrote:
April 25, 2014

I want one. When will they be available???