service ammunition

service ammunition

Ammunition intended for combat rather than for training purposes.
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After the Vietnam Conflict, demand for service ammunition dropped off.
The report's summary is equally plain: "Given the above realities and the fact that numerous ammunition manufacturers now make 9mm Luger service ammunition with outstanding premium line law enforcement projectiles, the move to 9mm Luger can now be viewed as a decided advantage for our armed law enforcement personnel."
THE National Investigation Agency ( NIA) has submitted a damning report to the Union home ministry in the Liyaqat Shah case alleging that the Delhi Police Special Cell had planted service ammunition and grenades to prove that it had caught a dreaded terrorist.
The new level of leadership is bringing a clear and focused strategic vision that will make Liberty Ammunition one of the industry's leading full service ammunition companies," Torma said.
Dummy/drill ammunition container is either not segregated from service ammunition and/or not properly color coded (bronze, gold, brass), and/or not labeled "FOR PRACTICE ONLY".
A well maintained 1911 with 230-grain service ammunition and good magazines is the most reliable handgun combination I have ever examined.
While integration of a frangible round is ongoing, a thorough police call of the training area will leave far fewer hazards to the environment than the lead-based service ammunition currently in use.
Ammunition asset data are furnished to the NLAC each day by service ammunition management and visibility systems and DOD transportation and document tracking systems.
--Extreme Temperature Test: (A): Two properly cleaned and lubricated carbines were loaded to capacity with DEA/FBI service ammunition and exposed to a temperature of -20 degrees F for one hour.
IDPA's stated purpose is "...quite simply the use of practical equipment, including full-charge service ammunition, to solve the simulated...self-defense scenarios..." in a controlled, safe setting.
Lt Col Watkins, who was married with one son, was head of safety at the Directorate of Land Service Ammunition, based in Didcot, Oxfordshire.
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