There had been a post here a while back ( http://iaaforum.org/forum3/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=12620 ) about how there is now “Ted Nugent” ammo, which is sold by Cabelas, Pierce Munitions, and a few others. I had sort of glossed over it, because I figured it was one of the many novelty endorsement loads which uses commercial components and just slaps an image on the package, but is otherwise no different than whatever factory load it is identical to. I did however end up ordering some 10mm auto Nugent ammo from Cabelas recently with a few other things, and when it arrived I was surprised to see that it has a “NUGENT” headstamp. It is a 180gr Speer Gold Dot bullet (they refer to it as “Uni-cor”), and a brass case (not sure of the brass manufacturer or loader).
ATI is the master distributor and they show many rifle calibers, and 4 pistol calibers. All the rifle calibers have Barnes TSX or TTSX bullets, and all pistol caibers have Speer Gold-Dot (Uni-cor) HP bullets. There is .44mag in both 240gr and 270gr, .357mag in both 158gr and 170gr, .45 Colt in 260gr, and the 10mm load mentioned above. I have no idea if the other loads in rifle or pistol show a NUGENT headstamp. There is a also a .50BMG in collector packaging.
American Tactical Imports (ATI):
Looks like somebody in the Ruger forum noticed this back in August as well: