Inherit Risks of Ammunition
Given the fact we acquire materials from other vendors, issues do arise with the production of ammunition. It should be expected that less than 1% to 3% of all ammo, from any manufacturer, may have a failure. That being said if you have problems with our ammunition we will happily work with you to try and correct the problem.
Safety is our highest concern. By completing a purchase on our store, you agree to the following:
- You will follow all safety rules regarding handling ammunition and firearms,
- You will follow all manufacturer's information regarding your individual firearms related to the applicability of remanufactured (reloads) ammunition and WILL NEVER fire this type of ammunition in unsupported chambers.
- You acknowledge understanding that components marked “REMAN and or Remanufactured” have brass casings that were used in ammunition previously fired and have increased risks beyond those normally associated with newly manufactured ammunition.
- The equipment you use will be in proper working condition to support shooting activities, it is your responsibility to maintain your firearm, magazines, clips, etc. and have the same items checked by a qualified gunsmith or the manufacturer, if in doubt.
- The firearm will be manufactured for the caliber of ammunition being used.
- Your ammunition will be stored appropriately to maintain the integrity, usability and safety. Never allowing excess humidity or water to contact the ammunition.
- You acknowledge understanding that the rear of the packaging label has further important safety information as required.
- All ammunition purchased will be used for legal purposes only.
- You are responsible for abiding by all firearms laws that apply in your state and locality.
While firearms are simply tools that can be used in defense of yourself and others, they can be dangerous or even deadly if misused or mishandled.
Always take adequate precautions while handling and carrying your firearm.
Always follow the four laws of Firearms Safety
- Treat the firearm as if it is always loaded
- Never point a firearm at something you are not prepared to destroy
- Be sure of your target and what is behind it
- Keep your finger off the trigger until you are sited on target and ready to fire
- Wear proper personal protection equipment