St. Patty's Day Ammo Sale: Remington UMC 9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP

It’ll be a good weekend to stock up on ammo. Ammunition Depot is having a March Madness/St. Patrick’s Day sale on Remington UMC brand handgun ammo. The calibers include 9mm, .40, and .45.

No coupon codes are required for this sale and they’re just for the website’s “Green” products, which is a reference to Remington’s green packaging. The UMC centerfire rounds are ideal for practice, target shooting, and general training.

Those are all the March Madness/St. Patrick’s Day sales, however, Ammunition Depot is also has a special on Remington UMC .380 ACP ammunition for a pretty good price, too.

For updates stay tuned to Guns.com. A tip of the hat goes to GunsForEveryone.com for digging for this little gem. For other specials from Ammunition Depot check out their website. And for all breaking gun news stay tuned to the Guns.com news feeds.

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