The material that is fired, dispersed, dropped, or detonated from any weapon or weapon system is known as ammunition (or ammo). Bombs, rockets, grenades, and land mines are examples of expendable weapons. Ammunition also refers to the individual elements of other weapons that have the ability to affect a target (e.g., bullets and warheads). 
The goal of ammunition is to exert force on a chosen target in order to produce an effect (usually, but not always, lethal). The firearm cartridge, which contains all the parts needed to deliver the weapon’s effect in a single package, is an example of ammunition. Black powder was the most widely utilized propellant up until the 20th century, although newer compounds have since mostly taken its place.
There is a wide variety of sizes and types of ammunition. and
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