I agree completly. :wink:Fuelburns2 said:I think it has to do with liability and warranty issues. If you use a really hot reload and blow your gun up the manufacturer can say that they warned you not to do that and they won't perform any repair or replace it under warranty. They can also avoid lawsuits from people getting hurt by dangerous reloads such as squib loads. It is just to cover their backsides.
Without facts or figures, I'd venture to guess that a lot of equipment/reload "failure" is due to your suggestion.Paul F. said:Not to mention that under-powered range reloads often do not fully cycle the firearm, eh? :wink:
krmcn said:Does anyone have any idea why some manufacturers say not to use reloads in their handguns.