ball ammunition

ball ammunition

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) live small-arms ammunition
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The announcement came just days after blogger and independent journalist David Codrea (who was also the first to report on the Fast and Furious scandal) had reported on rumors that the BATF chief was on his way out, and just a couple of weeks after BATF had backed away from plans to ban M855 Ball ammunition.
The Cardiff correspondent sent a telegram to Gardiner saying he had it on good authority Churchill "has sent an order to Pembroke Dock Arsenal to get ready several thousand rounds of ball ammunition for the use of the troops drafted into South Wales".
The ball ammunition has been internally qualified, and the first production batches were issued to potential customers in late 2013.
The lethality of an armor-piercing incendiary (API) round is greater than those of standard ball ammunition, and the presence of API rounds could affect a commander's decision about body-armor configuration (e.
92 ammo dated 1955, and "Duke" often shows a WWII vintage box of ball ammunition.
The Jamaican Constabulary Force (JCF) is seeking a supplier of 500,000 9mm rounds of ball ammunition.
Each partnered Afghan and Czech Republic crew fired 200 rounds of ball ammunition and 16 rockets while practicing gunnery on the East River Range Complex.
The pepper ball ammunition is loaded in the top-mounted receptacle and power is supplied by the CO{-2} cartridge, lower left below Sgt.
Historically, this is a military match so only United States Army Service weapons that use iron sights with ball ammunition are allowed, although weapons should be match grade to be competitive.
223 ball ammunition has gone up to $300 per thousand.
The OTV protects against fragmentation and up to 9mm ball ammunition.