Bought a box of Remington UMC in 22-250 at Bi-Mart yesterday, fair price, in stock, all is starting out OK... Opened it up to take a peek (learned my lesson a few months ago when I bought some Hornady Superformance in .243 WIN and there were only 18 rounds out of 20!) and what I saw blew me away. 11 Silver-colored primers, 9 brass-colored primers--in the same, unopened box. Also, the projectiles ranged from factory-dingy to range-dud black. I know that all of the manufacturers are doing what they can to keep up with demand (don't go all tinfoil hat on my thread!) but this seems pretty low-rent. I will be the first to say that I am not a fan of Remington Cor-Lokt ammo but this is just JHP target junk that I bought to catch the brass. Let me put this out there as well...I reload, so I like a nice, shiny bullet. I understand that critters don't care, as long as they die. But this seems pretty cheesy to me. Call me picky, back me up, either way...what do you think?