Regulatory proposals, even if never enacted, may affect firearms or ammunition sales as a result of consumer perceptions.
Law-enforcement officials are now looking into whether any of that money was used to buy weapons and ammunition.
Indeed, police felt they had given Hunter plenty of ammunition to charge the Ramsey couple.
Barbour provided the ammunition in what was otherwise a friendly profile in a conservative magazine.
“I have to hold back my ammunition, hold my poker cards,” he says.
Water and food they still had in abundance, but ammunition was running low.
"But the Spaniards may use up all their ammunition," he thought to himself.
But by the year following they were better prepared, for they had obtained guns and ammunition from the traders.
The next day both regiments returned their ammunition into the magazine.
Artillery, wagons and ammunition piled up in disorder; from people along the way reports of fighting.
1620s, from French soldiers' faulty separation of Middle French la munition into l'ammunition; from Latin munitionem (nominative munitio) "a fortifying" (see munition), and at first meaning all military supplies in general. The mistake in the word perhaps was by influence of French a(d)monition "warning." The error was corrected in French (Modern French munition), but retained in English.
: The fat ammo barge rocked up and down