Remington’s Gun Club Cure Ammunition Sales Supporting Children’s Hospitals, Disease Research Nationwide

Remington supports children’s hospitals and disease research by donating part of its Gun Club Cure ammo sales, along with the Shoot to Cure sporting clays charity tournament held at the Remington Gun Club.

posted on April 3, 2024
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A portion of the proceeds from Remington Ammunition Gun Club Cure shotshell sales benefits children’s hospitals and disease research. Pictured above is the Gun Club Cure low recoil 12-gauge load.
Remington Ammunition

Remington Ammunition continues helping families around the country by donating a portion of its Gun Club Cure ammunition sales to benefit children’s hospitals and disease research. The company recently presented a check to the inaugural benefitting nonprofit partner, the Arkansas Children’s Hospital.

Remington added Gun Club Cure offerings to its Gun Club line of target loads back in 2022 with the goal of providing an economical, top-quality product, while simultaneously giving back to the community on a national level. In conjunction with Remington’s annual Shoot to Cure sporting clays charity fundraiser, this unique line of ammunition has raised more than $35,000 for children’s hospitals and disease research.

Big Green’s Shoot to Cure fundraiser will take place Friday, September 20, 2024, at the historic Remington Gun Club, which is located near the company’s factory in Lonoke, Arkansas. Interested sporting clays shooters can contact [email protected] to reserve their team’s spot at the benefit tournament.

Now in its third year, Shoot to Cure brings together the shooting sports industry, top sporting competitors from Team Remington and the public for an annual 100-target benefit tournament. Thus far, the Shoot to Cure fundraiser competition has sold out each year, and this year’s event is slated to be the biggest one yet.

More information regarding Remington’s Gun Club Cure shotshells:

  • R20029-Gun Club Cure: 12-gauge, 2¾-inch, 1⅛ ounces, 8 shot, 1,145 f.p.s. MSRP: $13.99
  • R20031-Gun Club Cure Low Recoil: 12-gauge, 2¾-inch, 1⅛ ounces, 8 shot, 1,100 f.p.s. MSRP: $13.99

“Remington’s always been focused on giving back to our community. These loads are a fantastic opportunity to partner with trap, skeet and sporting shooters to break clays and give back to kids in need,” Remington’s Shotshell Product Line Manager Ronnie Evans said.

Learn more about Remington Ammunition and Gun Club Cure target loads at



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