This week we found out through news reports the 2.6 billion rounds, ordered by Department of Homeland Security, was not right.
The reason, reports say the sequester cut that about down to only 260-million bullets.
The Tyler 1st Steering Committee and city officials discussed transportation during a meeting Tuesday night.
The city and the committee have a plan, now called Tyler 1st, that was developed back in 2007.
Well, knock me over with a feather.
The brothers whom police say did the Boston Marathon bombings did not have those guns legally.
The 19-year-old who is still alive is not eligible for a handgun until he is 21.