I know this is going to get the hackles up on a lot of legitimate small business owners, but it needs to be brought up. Being in LE, one of the things we're taught or learn to do is recognize patterns, or more specifically change in patterns. There's been a lot said lately about misfires and damaged cases concerning defective ammo. Unfortunately, here in NJ particularly, it been found on our dept. ranges that some LGS owners are selling reloads in original boxes. Now before we have lawmakers getting involved "again", I think we should implore ammo manufacturers to place seals on their boxes. Some may already do that, but I think the industry as a whole should get on board. This is an insidious maneuver done by some that could lead up to someone being seriously injured. Recently on one of our ranges, after an ammo problem, it was discovered almost half of the box of WWB ammo were reloads. The incident happened at the 1 yd (weapons retention) line and could have gone real bad. I realize everybody is watching their bottom line, but this is something being done by a few unscrupulous LGS owners that care more for pocket than another human beings safety. Myself, I always and will always buy my ammo from the LGS if...if I'm going to shoot it at their range, that day. I only buy what I'm going to carry OD or use for home defense from a chain store.