Where can you find Remington 25-10 ammunition?
Try Old Western Scrounger at 1-304-262-9870. The ammunition itself was discontinued in 1942 and is more commonly called the 25 Steven. It was also known as the 25-10 because it was a 25 caliber 67 grain bullet loaded with 10 grains of blackpowder. It was soon obsoleted with the introduction of the 22 magnum which was cheaper and more powerful. If Scrounger can't help then I guess your only option would be to find a antique ammunition dealer maybe at a gun show. Hope this helps....Steve
The caliber of ammunition the rifle uses is usually roll-stamped on the right side of the barrel, just in front of the receiver. For example: if it says "7mm Remington (Rem.) magnum (mag.) you would need to buy that type of ammunition as sold by Remington, Federal or any of the other companies offering this type of ammo in whichever bullet weight you prefer to shoot.
Why is it that Remington 308 soft point ammunition is unavailable Most centerfire rifle ammunition is difficult to find except the ones that cost 40per box?
In the past year, more Americans have bought firearms than ever before. Many people are concerned that changes in the US government will mean major changes in gun laws, and people have rushed to buy guns- and ammunition. This has resulted in major shortages of ammunition, even though makers are working overtime to meet demands. Stores are gradually replenishing their stocks of ammunition, but when 40 million people start buying ammunition at a record pace…
.223 Remington ammunition can be fired safely in a 5.56x45 rifle; 5.56x45 ammunition cannot be safely fired in a .223 rifle. In the case of some partially imported rifles, they are marked .223 Remington in spite of having 5.56 chambers. This is done for compliance with BATFE laws regarding importation of certain firearms types. If in doubt about the compatibility, call the manufacturer - they're the ones who would know best.