small arms ammunition


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small arms ammunition

Ammunition for small arms, i.e., all ammunition up to and including 20 millimeters (.787 inches).
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Fiocchi will use POF's capacities in the field of Brass, Brass Strips and GMCS for the manufacturing of Small Arms Ammunition.
Next we had a chance to visit the Small Arms Ammunition factory in Ankara, Gazi Fizek Fabrikasi.
Details published last month by the Commons Committees on Arms Export Controls (CAEC) show they include small arms ammunition, weapons sights, military communications equipment and "all-wheel drive vehicles with ballistic protection" as well as a components for an array of equipment of various kinds.
This included body armour, parts for "all-wheel drive vehicles with ballistic protection", assault rifles, pistols, military support vehicles and small arms ammunition.
The seizure also included small arms ammunition, ground-to-ground rockets, explosives, Iranian- and Russian-made military-grade binoculars, missile tubes and battery units along with other weapons and military equipment.
Egyptian authorities have confiscated trucks carrying explosive warheads and a variety of small arms ammunition smuggled from Libya, the country's interior minister Ahmed Gamal Eddin said.
The cache consisted of one improvised explosive device, six rocket propelled grenades, one pressure plate and a propane tank filled with 880 rounds of small arms ammunition.
In 1986, Gun Digest listed manufacturers' suggested retail prices for small arms ammunition.
7000/X04 (D-1) Submarine Small Arms Ammunition Lockers and (D-2) Submarine Pyrotechnic Lockers--Operating instructions and safety precautions for flooding systems not displayed conspicuously or printing was not clear or legible IAW step 1.
The published report also said that the United States imported $429,000 worth of small arms ammunition from Iran in August--an unlikely transaction that would be illegal under UN sanctions.
During his two years in DRC MAG says he was involved in many lifesaving clearance projects 'including the underwater removal of 18 items of UXO (unexploded ordnance) and more than 17,000 items of small arms ammunition found in Mbandaka Harbour.
Most of the equipment Britain supplies to Israel is components, rather than full weapons systems, although recently approved licences have included small arms ammunition and parts for sniper rifles.

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