Reloading metallic centerfire cartridges can be dangerous!
Careless or incorrect handloading procedures can result in serious personal injury. Handloading should only be done after thorough and complete instruction. Since individual handloading procedures, operations and safety practices are beyond our control, we disclaim all liability for any damages which may result.
Reloading any cartridge requires a familiarity with safe, conservative reloading practices. When combined with personal discipline and attention to detail, such practices can help create a margin of safety for both the reloader and the shooter.
1. Never begin loading with the maximum powder charge shown in these reloading data tables, regardless of your experience.
2. Never exceed maximum loads because excessive chamber pressure will result.
3. Discontnue firing at the first sign of excessive pressure or upon noticing a change in the report og the firearm.
Lot-to-lot variations, design changes, or specification changes that are beyond our control may accur components mentioned in this book. To safely use this or any other guide or manual, you must keep yourself well informed on the technical progress of reloading. It is our belief that the information offered will result in safe operation if the proper equipment and components are employed in a reasonable manner. Because Norma Precision AB has no control over the actual components selected, the manner in which the components are‑assembled, or the condition or quality of firearms used, no responsibility, either expressed or implied is assumed for the use of this guide or for any other Norma product. In no event shall Norma Precision AB be liable for any damages resulting from the use of this book, whether in contract, tort or otherwise, including consequential damages.