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live ammunition

[′līv ‚am·yə′nish·ən]
(ordnance)
Ammunition containing explosives or active chemicals, as distinguished from inert or drill ammunition.
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From Ballao, the operatives seized one .45-caliber pistol, one magazine with seven rounds of live ammunition of the same caliber, a black holster, and one CIDG (Criminal Investigation and Detection Group) Letter Order.
A fourth man Laurence McCarthy, 44, had in March 2017 ordered eight Bruni Cap 9mm blank firing Glock replica pistols which would later be converted in order to fire live ammunition.
Department of State's Bureau of African Affairs posted a similar statement saying live ammunition was not the right response.
Israeli snipers, the military document released in February revealed, may open fire with live ammunition on "key instigators" or "key rioters" even when they are at no longer participating in the protest or are resting.
The Special Rapporteur noted that, since the start of 2019, Israeli security forces have continued to respond to protests along the fence with tear gas, rubber coated bullets and live ammunition. As a result, a further five children have been killed in the past two months.
Embassy was officially relocated to Jerusalem, and the Israeli military was forced to put down violent riots on the Gaza border, Gabbard tweeted that "Israel needs to stop using live ammunition in its response to unarmed protesters in Gaza.
Israeli live ammunition killed Karim Mohammad Kullab and injured 54 out of 312 people, the Palestinian news agency WAFA reported.
Confiscated from direct possession and control of Arce were one caliber .45 with one magazine loaded with four live ammunition, one live ammunition inserted inside the chamber, four live ammunition recovered inside his pocket and five sachets containing white crystalline substance suspected to be shabu.
In addition, more than 1539 citizens were shot with live ammunition, 388 with rubber bullets, and 478 sustained other injuries.
On the second and third count, Abu Shahriman was charged under Section 8(a) of the Arms Act 1960 with possession of a homemade rifle and 209 rounds of live ammunition of various types.
The latest clash was the third this year that live ammunition was used.
Recovered from the house of the Franciscos were an M4 Bushmaster, three short magazines for M16, a bandoleer, 90 pieces of ammunition for M16, two grenade launchers, three live ammunition for M203 grenade launcher and 20 empty cartridges for M16