Lemke’s vision began when he was an Army diplomat and consulted with foreign governments in regards to drug enforcement and needed single-use cartridges that couldn’t be reused by “the bad guys” after armed altercations. This was forwarded by a faithful reader with the comment:
Uh, huh. Because it's well known that ALL drug loads are avid reloaders, and frequently scour firefight battlefields to pick up all of the expended brass.
Let's see, since most logistic difficulties can be overcome in war by a resourceful guerrilla, I guess this just puts a premium on raids of government armories and manufactories like Lemke's as well as the age-old practice of supply from dead enemies' ammo pouches.