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January 6, 2015 5:45 PM

Lead-free ammo company wins patent infringement case against government

A Florida-based ammunition company and its remarkable chief inventor have beaten the federal government in a patent infringement case, and been awarded at least $15.6 million in damages, with more to come.

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