A national ammunition shortage, caused in part by fears of new gun control measures after the Newtown massacre has gun shops limiting sales and distributors telling police departments their orders might take up to a year to fill.
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The Dayton Daily News took a deeper look into the nationwide ammunition shortage and the local impact it has had. In our investigation, we found gun store policies have changed, some police departments may have to wait 13 months for supplies and prices have tripled in some cases.