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Gun Policy News


30 June 2008

Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Depending on whom you ask, the price of ammunition has gone up 25 percent, 50 percent, or has even doubled in the past several years. The cause, like the price, seems to vary, from the soaring cost of commodities metals, like the brass, copper and lead used to make ammo, to the Iraq war and the need for more production of small-caliber ammunition to supply U.S. troops. Distribution has also been a problem, affecting police departments as well as recreational shooters,... (

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