Re: Warning !!!!
Already has. The full wrap-around labels used on many bullet boxes today are a direct result of such in-store tampering. My former employer used to seal their cardboard boxes with two little strips of tape. After a lawsuit involving a guy who claimed to have gotten some 7mm bullets in a box of .277"s, some research was launched into the problem. Ultimately we found that most such cases were the result of in-store tampering. Curious customers wanting to check them out and inadvertantly mixing the contents. Or, more malicious individuals deliberately mixing them, or stealing some "samples" to try, that sort of thing. The lawsuit cost some serious money, as did the inevitable returns and replacement of "short" boxes (those with less than 100 bullets per box as advertised). The soplution was to develop a tamper proof packaging, which is where the full wrap around labels came from. The two little strips of tape could be opened and resealed with little or no evidence. The new style can't. If they've been opened, you can tell, no doubt about it. Virtually all the major bullet manufacturers are using this style now, and that''s precisely why.