The issue you allude to have been discussed in relation to using reloaded ammunition for self-defense and the potential for criminal prosecution and the potential that using reloads will handicap your defense. That is a non-issue here. As for a civil case, as we have here, I have always maintained that I would rather have a client who was shot with factory ammunition, that has a record of advertising and testing data used to validate and market factory ammunition that is more destructive. And better yet, a client who was shot with a 10mm or shot by a defendant who took tactical training classes. I have long pointed out that it is the civil case that may bite you in the arse, not the reload, but we digress.
Last edited by jmortimer; October 25, 2012 at 09:50 AM.