USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Reloading can be dangerous even when following published load data. All reloading and firing of reloaded ammunition is done at your own risk. The load data published by this website is intended discussion purposes only and for use by experienced reloaders only.
Do not attempt to reload until you have read and understand at least one printed reloading manual. Always wear safety glasses when reloading. Do not smoke while reloading. Keep primers and powder away from heat and open flames. Keep primers and powder where they cannot be accessed by children. Work up your loads following the standard procedures described in printed load manuals.
We repeat reloading can be dangerous even when following published load data. The load data published by this website is intended discussion purposes only.
Firing reloaded ammunition will almost always void firearm manufacturers warranties. The AmmoLand News’ Owners, Editors and Authors assume no responsibility for damages done to firearms while shooting reloaded ammunition.
Although every effort has been made to provide accurate data, AmmoLand News LLC assumes no responsibility for injuries, deaths, or damages due to typographical errors in the data, or any other mistake on the website or made by the individual reloaders.
To reiterate, all reloading and firing of reloaded ammunition is done at your own risk, AmmoLand News LLC and its author(s) assume no liability for death, injuries, or damage due to the use of this, or any other load data.
When in doubt do not reload, buy factory made ammunition to reduce your risk.