Thanks. I can and it's called reloading . But even reloading equipment and supplies are hard to come by these days. Cabelas just told me they have no idea when my primers and powder are coming in. Get out the slingshot and bow and arrow. The inhumanity.cal45 said:New format looks great....a lot easier to navigate and easy on the eyes. Now if you can just do something about the .380 ACP ammo shortage. ;D
It's a risk you assume and that disclaimer is applicable to virtually every handgun/longun made today. In my case, I only shoot MY reloads, I load them to SAAMI specs starting with the lowest recommended charge and work my way up, have been reloading for over 25 years, and would never shoot someone else's reloads. Frankly, I have more confidence in my reloads than some of factory reloads that are sold or allegedly virgin ammo manufactured outside the US where quality may or may not be Job 1. If you feel that you can not take the time to reload safely, don't shoot enough to make it cost effective, and/or are unwilling to invest in in good equipment/instructional materials, reloading is not for you. What reloading does allow you to is shoot more for less, tailor your loads to reduce recoil and/or enhance accuracy - in short enjoy shooting more. And the more you shoot, the more proficient you become.brent375hh said:Now I am not ripping on Kahr, but I have read on other forums that you void your warranty by shooting reloadied ammo. Even if you broke a spring, I would not admit to even knowing how to reload if I was talking them about a warranty issue.