When did you fire your first round of Aguila Ammunition? Were you introduced to the brand during the great rimfire ammo blight that occurred a few years ago? Perhaps you’re a rimfire aficionado and Aguila is a familiar name. But if you say that you’ve never fired Aguila ammunition that’s probably not entirely accurate — at least if you’ve shot many rimfires lately.
The factory where Aguila produces rimfire, centerfire and shot shell ammunition in Cuernavaca, Morales, Mexico, was once owned and operated by Remington. When Big Green pulled up stakes to head back north, Aguila continued to produce ammunition for the company. So, you’re likely more familiar with Aguila ammunition than you realize.
Today, Aguila’s facility is state-of-the-art and the company is the largest ammo manufacturer in Mexico. Texas Armament & Technology in Houston currently imports Aguila ammunition, and the company produces some of the most accurate, affordable and innovative loads you’ll find on store shelves today. Here’s a look at four of Aguila’s best rimfire offerings.
The Colibrí, Spanish for “hummingbird”, is a .22LR loaded
Originally posted on Guns and Ammo