guard ammunition

guard ammunition

[′gärd ‚am·yə¦nish·ən]
(ordnance)
Ammunition specifically designed for use by guards, usually containing a reduced propelling charge.
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Summary: TEHRAN: An explosion at a Revolutionary Guard ammunition depot near the Iranian capital killed at least 17 soldiers on Saturday.
A neighbourhood kiosk, as Giorgos Perdikis pointed out, boasted more advanced security systems than the National Guard ammunition depots.