Using The Correct Ammunition In The Encore

Standard Factory Loaded Cartridges:

The Encore is designed for the use of interchangeable barrels which are chambered for a variety of factory loaded cartridges. The proper cartridge for each barrel is clearly marked by its standard industry designation on the top left side of each barrel. Barrels chambered for standard cartridges should be used with high quality commercially manufactured ammunition with a packaging and head stamp designation that corresponds exactly to the barrel marking. If you have any questions concerning the proper ammunition for your Encore, call or write the factory. Do Not fire the firearm!

Custom (Wildcat) Cartridges:

Several Encore barrels are available in custom cartridge chamberings for those qualified people who are totally experienced in reloading procedure. The novice should not attempt to use these cartridges until he or she has developed the required background and knowledge.

Handload custom ammunition only in accordance with the standards and guidelines set by component and reloading tool manufacturers. These companies publish reloading manuals which must be read, understood and adhered to. Use only that data which is published by a reliable source and thoroughly tested by the component or tool manufacturer. Never exceed the loads listed for a particular powder, bullet and case combination and never substitute components for those listed. When using listed data, bear in mind that production changes affecting ballistic performance can occur at any time and without our knowledge. If there is ever a question as to the correctness of a component, write to its manufacturer. —'AWARNING-— Failure to follow proper procedure can result in injury and/or death to the shooter or bystanders and damage to property.

If you are unable to obtain reliable information with respect to procedure or standards for reloading, contact our customer service department for assistance. See address on front cover.

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