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ammo

(ˈæmo)
1. n. ammunition. There they were, trapped in a foxhole with no ammo, enemy all over the place. What do you think happened?
2. n. information or evidence that can be used to support an argument or a charge. I want to get some ammo on the mayor. I think he’s a crook.
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This reach for the future continues with the addition of the modem ammo plant.
Ammo promotes branded munitions, including the Jesse James line of munitions and accessories; SHIELD Series munitions for Law Enforcement, stealth subsonic munitions, and the OPS (One Precise Shot) the tactical line of defense line of munitions.
Likewise, the ammo will be fine at outdoor ranges where steel is prohibited due to fire danger.
This type of ammo also loses penetration with range, but at a much lower rate than AP.
Baca contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Piercing Ammo to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
UNAUTHORIZED AMMO CANT BE RELIED ON AND SHOULDN'T BE USED.
On Sunday, Delev admitted that the accusations the storage facilities contained ammo different than what was contracted with the Defense Ministry are true.
Once assets are delivered into the stockpile, NOLSC AMMO SCM performs traditional inventory control functions.
The parish councillor stood as a BNP candidate in the EU elections last June after police found 300gm of gunpowder and 2,500 rounds of ammo at his caravan in Lakenheath, Suffolk, in April.
Ammo Baba died on his way to the hospital in May 2009.
Janette Bushell, who chairs Punch's board of directors said: "For an urban music company Ammo has worked quietly over the past decade making a real difference to the lives of many young people and musicians.
A by-the-book supply clerk wouldn't give Culleton the ammunition within reach because that particular ammo was assigned to another battery.
It may be stored in the ammo locker, if it's segregated and properly labeled.
Is it true, for instance, that there is only a four-year supply of ammo in the U.
Late last month the AMMO received word from Northern Development and Mines Minister Shelley Martel that the province will contribute up to $20,000 for a study the association is undertaking in an effort to convince the government to re-evaluate the distribution of taxes paid by mining operations.