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Handloaded Ammunition Declaration: MoD Ranges


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I can't see NRA enforcing a rule that only their hand-loading training would be acceptable anymore than they limit SCC certification to those receiving direct NRA training.

Clubs train and endorse an application for SCC in particular categories, and the NRA issue cards on that premise.  Why should reloading be any different ?  What it does mean is club committees having to make a judgement as to whether their members are competent hand-loaders and possibly to offer training - and that's a potential minefield of having credentials to train others.

The problem I see is that poor skills with a firearm can be evident to supervising range officers, training coaches etc. and that can be felt with.  That's not the case with hand-loaded ammo, it's potentially a hidden hazard only evident in failure - hopefully not catastrophic failure.

I understand that 2024 is the date for implementation so I expect NRA policy before then.

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