The ammunition dealer who sold armor-piercing rounds to the Las Vegas gunman has been chargedGet the Full StoryREUTERS Chris Wattie
The man who sold ammunition to the Las Vegas gunman has been charged with making armor-piercing bullets.
Bullets found inside the shooter's hotel room contained fingerprints of the ammunition dealer.
The dealer said he noticed nothing suspicious when he sold 720 rounds of ammunition to the shooter.
An Arizona man who sold ammunition to the gunman in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history has been charged with manufacturing armor-piercing bullets.
A complaint says unfired armor-piercing bullets found inside the Las Vegas hotel room where the attack was launched on Oct. 1 contained the fingerprints of ammunition dealer Douglas Haig of Arizona.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: An exercise scientist explains what everyone gets wrong about stretchingSee Also:The Pentagon is clamping down on information being released about the 16-year-long war in AfghanistanAn unusual group of military aircraft is going to fly over the Super Bowl this yearAt least 95 dead, 150 wounded in Afghanistan after suicide blast rips through capitalSEE ALSO: Congressman makes claim about 'potential terrorist infiltration' in Las Vegas shooting, offers no evidence