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In Washington state, for example, the average cost of ammunition, fuelled by higher demand, has increased 67 per cent between 2004 and this year, said the state's General Administration bureau, which negotiates contracts with suppliers for state and local agencies.
A nationwide ammunition shortage is hitting New Jersey police departments hard. As demand surges, police agencies are the target of price increases and longer waits for equipment.
But the biggest casualties are likely to be taxpayers who have to pay more for police to reload.
Originally posted by Manasseh
reply to post by billyjoinedat2k8
I can agree with that statement 100%
Your avatar is hilarious by the way.
Originally posted by billyjoinedat2k8
I personally think we would be better of without any ammo atall