Precautions for safe handling
– Avoid striking the primer. Ammunition should stay in the manufacturer packaging while transferring. Remove
ammunition from service if any of the following conditions have occurred: corrosion, physical damage, exposure to oil or
spray type lubricants.
Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities
– Store in a cool and dry location. Do not expose to excessive heat, flame or other sources of ignition. Avoid mechanical
shock and electrical discharge.
Disposal of the product
– Dispose of in accordance with federal & provincial hazardous waste laws. Product that has become waste must be
considered hazardous and disposed of accordingly. The user of this product is responsible for seeing that it is
disposed of in accordance with all federal, state and local laws.
When cartridges are fired in a firearm, the fired projectiles may cause serious injury or death. Use ammunition
ONLY in firearms that are of the correct caliber and in good condition. ALWAYS keep the muzzle pointed in a safe
direction. Projectiles have extremely long range, always be certain to have an adequate backstop. To avoid
ricochet, do not fire at water, rocks or other hard or flat surfaces.