Also known as Ammo.
Loaded cartridges consisting of a primed case, propellant and with or without one or more projectiles. In the military parlance, small-arms ammunition have bores not larger than an inch.
Ball ammunition means a cartridge with a full metal jacket or solid metal bullet.
Live ammunition is an unfired cartridge or shotshell that is assembled with a live primer, propellant, and projectile, or shot charge.
Match ammunition is made specifically for match target shooting using special controls to assure uniformity.
Reference ammunition is used test ranges to evaluate test barrels, ranges and other velocity and pressure measuring equipment.
Patched ball ammunition refers to a full metal jacketed bullet (FMJ).
Tracer ammunition contains a compound in its base that burns during flight.« Back to Glossary Index