Liability Disclaimer

Lehigh Defense, LLC expressly disclaims liability for incidental or consequential damages. As provided for below, we do not offer any written or implied warranty on our products and expressly disclaim any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.

As a condition of sale, any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this sale shall be settled by arbitration in accordance with the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association, and judgment upon the award rendered by the arbitrator(s) may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof. On any claim related to goods or services sold by Lehigh Defense, LLC jurisdiction for the arbitration shall be exclusively in Texas, regardless of where the claim may arise. No claim shall be actionable unless commenced within one year from the date of sale.

No Written Warranty

Due to the complexities of complying with the Federal warranty law, Lehigh Defense, LLC does not offer a written warranty. We continue to stand behind our products and services and to care for our customers, but we cannot make guarantees or warranties of any kind. 

Firearms, Ammunition and Reloading Safety

Please handle all firearms and ammunition with respect and never point a firearm in an unsafe direction.

The task of reloading center-fire metallic cartridges should only be undertaken by someone familiar with reloading procedures. One must observe all possible safety precautions and practices in accordance with the proper handling of any explosive. We make no warranty of merchantability or fitness on any data given for a particular use. All our loading data is intended solely for use in modern firearms. We have provided recommending starting charges, which should be safe in every modern, correctly manufactured, and maintained firearm of the appropriate caliber.

It is incumbent upon the reloader to progress in a safe manner. Always start a load development with the recommended starting propellant charge. Upon working up the load to higher pressures, never exceed the published recommended maximum charge weight. Variation from the published loading length can and will create dangerous pressures. Watch for any signs of excessive pressure (cartridge case expansion, difficult extraction, flattened or pierced primers, unusual recoil), and immediately STOP shooting if any high-pressure signs are witnessed.

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We hope that you enjoy your purchase.  Please contact us from our contact page with questions or comments.

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