Jay - I am not qualified to comment on the content of the treatise on selling small caliber ammunition to the government. However, and please don’t be offended, you need a proof-reader to eliminate many typographical errors. Also, and this may not be a valid criticism as perhaps they are all well understood by those that would receive this material, there are a lot of abbreviations that are not identified as to their full meaning anywhere in the article, that I could notice. Again, if this is all standard stuff to the intended audience, than ignore this comment. We all use abbreviations that are common to our hobby in stuff we write, but even then, sometimes “newcomers” don’t know what they mean.
Regarding the proof reading, to find spelling errors (in one case, in the second article which I also read, on profitability, there is an unfinished sentence), typographical errors and the like, I have used the good offices of friends far more literate than I, as well as my wife, who knew little or nothing about the subject matter I was writing on, but was a well-educated lady and excellent at catching my errors in spelling and typing, sometimes too excellent :-) and done with apparent great pleasure. :-(
I see nothing to complain about with your formatting, and general writing style. It is better than mine, by far, I think.
If these were drafts, and not finished articles, ignore everything I have said. My finished work, after being checked over several times (sometimes dozens of times) often don’t even resemble my first draft, other than subject matter.