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Man who sold armor-piercing bullet to Las Vegas gunman charged with conspiracy

An Arizona man accused of selling armor-piercing bullets to a Las Vegas gunman who killed 58 people was charged on Friday with conspiracy to manufacture and sell such ammunition without a license, federal prosecutors in Nevada said. Douglas Hail, 55, of Mesa, Arizona, became the first person...
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