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Couple manufactures ammunition on their North Dakota farm

CAYUGA, N.D.--According to Charissa Rubey, farming can be a little bit like a nasty drug habit. "It's something so expensive and you can't quit, so you need to do something else to support your nasty little habit," Rubey jokes. The native of Sout...

Charissa Rubey shows off the different types of primer caps at Dakota Munitions, Inc. in Cayuga, N.D.David Samson / The Forum
Charissa Rubey shows off the different types of primer caps at Dakota Munitions, Inc. in Cayuga, N.D.David Samson / The Forum
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