We at Allison Supply want to keep you as a customer, and your loading safely is important to us. Whether you buy brass from us or someone else, you control your own safety while loading, and we want to assist you in being safe.
- This is not meant to be an all-encompassing list of procedures for safety, but rather reminders of some of the most important. Loading ammunition is not an activity to enter into lightly; proper training, documentation, procedures and equipment are absolutely required to lower the risk of serious bodily injury and death.
- Follow all safety and operational instructions for your press, dies, and other loading equipment. If you do not have the safety and operational instructions or cannot follow those instructions, do not use the equipment and do not load; contact the manufacturing company for literature.
- Wear all appropriate safety equipment while loading, including but not limited to adequate eye protection, hearing protection, respirator and gloves.
- Thoroughly inspect all cases prior to loading. Look for evidence of weakening or failing brass, foreign objects in the cases, live rounds or primers, and mixed caliber cases.
- Treat every round as if it is loaded, and treat every primer as if it is live.
- EVEN WHEN FOLLOWING SAFETY PROCEDURES, LOADING AMMUNITION IS A VERY HIGH RISK ACTIVITY. YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK. SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND DEATH CAN OCCUR.
All safety information included here is included by reference in Allison Supply’s Terms and Conditions, and purchase and use of any Allison Supply product is covered by the same. If you feel that loading ammunition is not an appropriate activity for you, or that the brass or other supplies you have received from Allison Supply are not suitable for your purpose, please contact us for return information.