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ammunition

1. n. toilet tissue. Could somebody help me? We’re out of ammunition in here!
2. n. liquor. (see also shot.) He’s had about all the ammunition he can hold.
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Several domestic contracts, worth $112 million has been secured by ATK for medium- and large-caliber ammunition production and development.
Condors can suffer lead poisoning after feeding on animals killed by lead ammunition.
But, it wasn't over yet; the main body then redeployed from Rijeka, Croatia to Livorno and Talamone, Italy to re-load the ammunition containers on the USNS Soderman completing the APS II reconfiguration mission.
Chapter 3 Market Overview Chapter 4 Global Ammunition Market Analysis and Forecast, by Type, 2015 - 2021 Chapter 5 Global Ammunition Market Analysis and Forecast, by Caliber,2015 - 2021 Chapter 6 Global Ammunition Market Analysis and Forecast, by Application,2015 - 2021 Chapter 7 Global Ammunition Market Analysis and Forecast, by Geography, 2015 - 2021 Chapter 8 Company Profiles
Phaladi Petje, CEO of Denel Group company PMP, said his firm will be doing its own particular design and upgrade on Gripen ammunition manufacturing and at the time is nailing down the process with Armscor and the South African Air Force (SAAF).
CDLW reminds hunters to acquire nonlead ammunition well ahead of their hunt, and are also encouraged to practice shooting nonlead ammunition to make sure firearms are sighted-in properly and shoot accurately with nonlead ammunition.
Currently, regular ammunition is used for practice firing during various exercises.
Since effectiveness was our metric, the Army's ammunition organizations were not managed for maximum efficiency during this time.
All law enforcement ammunition is purchased commercially, and we would face a drastic increase in the cost of ammunition if these agencies were forced to buy ammunition made from alternative materials.
Since 2004, studies and pilot programs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Oakland and Sacramento have shown that requiring identification before the sale of handgun ammunition not only helps keep bullets out of the hands of dangerous criminals and children but leads to the arrest of dangerous felons and gang members.
The forum allows warfighters to share knowledge throughout the ammunition enterprise and provides information on operations, logistics, training, publications, and systems.
The ammunition retrograde mission was scheduled to be at MOTCO for onward movement to various depots within the U.
DOD's increased requirements for small and medium caliber ammunition over the past several years are largely the result of increased weapons training requirements needed to support the Army's transformation to a more self-sustaining and lethal force--an effort accelerated after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001--and the deployment of forces to conduct recent U.
Sources of valuable advice include a Quality Assurance Specialist (Ammunition Surveillance), ammunition supply point personnel, range safety, a military ammunition specialist (MOS 55B), an ammunition LAR, and various publications including ARs, TMs and FMs.