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Description for 3482: Small Arms Ammunition

Division D: Manufacturing | Major Group 34: Fabricated Metal Products, Except Machinery And Transportation Equipment

Industry Group 348: Ordnance And Accessories, Except Vehicles And Guided Missiles


3482 Small Arms Ammunition
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition for small arms having a bore of 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less. Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition, except for small arms, are classified in Industry 3483; those manufacturing blasting and detonating caps and safety fuses are classified in Industry 2892; and those manufacturing fireworks are classified in Industry 2899.
  • Ammunition and component parts, small arms: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch)
  • Bullet jackets and cores, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Cartridge cases for ammunition, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Cartridges, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Cores, bullet: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Paper shells, 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Pellets ammunition: pistol and air rifle
  • Percussion caps, for ammunition of 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Shells, small arms: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less
  • Shot, BB
  • Shot, lead
  • Shot, pellet
  • Shot, steel ammunition
  • Shotgun ammunition
  • Wads, ammunition: 30 mm. (or 1.18 inch) or less


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