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EPA Stocks 367,000 Rounds: 'Who Are They Planning to Battle?'

A sales rep shows off a Daniel Defense M4 Carbine V1 at Blue Ridge Arsenal in Chantilly, Va. Semi-automatic rifles and handguns account for most federal firearm purchases -- but federal agencies do purchase fully automatic weapons as well. (Kevin Fogarty/Reuters)

By    |   Monday, 07 January 2019 02:29 PM

Government agencies not normally associated with law enforcement are buying thousands of guns and storing millions of rounds of ammunition, according to a new report.

The Government Accountability Office's report on 20 “law enforcement” agencies revealed last month that many non-military federal agencies have enough firepower to wage a small war. It’s a trend that has government watch dogs worried.

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Government agencies not normally associated with law enforcement are buying thousands of guns and storing millions of rounds of ammunition, according to a new report. The Government Accountability Office's report on 20 "law enforcement" agencies revealed last month that...
federal firearms, law enforcement, ammunition, semi-automatic, automatic, guns
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