Ammo of all types (including chemical, radiological and special weapons) bombs, explosives, land mines, fuses, detonators, pyrotechnics, missiles, rocket s, propellants, and other associated items. “subclasses” for CODE/CLASS 5/V – AMMUNITION A – Air (munitions delivered by aircraft or aircraft weapons systems)

Ammo ranges from a few cents per round, to easily over $5 per round. As you increase in caliber size, or lesser used rounds, the police per round will increase. Training ammo is usually cheaper, while self-defense ammo or premium hunting rounds will cost much more. A good general idea is the more you spend, the more accurately it will shoot.