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Re: reloading ammo ?

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12-09-2012 06:41:39

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Jim, Massad Ayoobs mythic trashing of handloads for self defense has been so thoroughly debunked that the guy (who was never a street cop BTW, he's a professional witness) should be ashamed of himself. If that is where you get the idea, I think you should reconsider. If you just don't want the risk, fine, but basing it on that foot in the mouth article he wrote is needless worry.

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12-09-2012 07:16:11

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 Re: reloading ammo ? in reply to Bret4207, 12-09-2012 06:41:39  
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Some of that is based on local political climates. If the Local DA is anti gun he will use every reason he can to try to prosecute any self defence shooter he can. Reloads can be used if you are reloading the fastest deadliest round you can. I reload for my carry gun. I'm about 50 FPS slower than the same round in factory ammo so no big deal. But if you reload an exotic bullet at max powder loads a DA can (key word here "try") try to use that as a point to prosecute. So reloaded/home load/custom load ammo isn't going to be enough to charge you but can be entered as evidence.


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12-09-2012 06:49:27

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 Re: reloading ammo ? in reply to Bret4207, 12-09-2012 06:41:39  
Bret, I'm sure you are right but with all the excellent and reliable SD production loads on the market why risk being the "Taxi Driver" test case? At least that would be MY luck.

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