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RCBD Reloading Dies Goldmedal

RCBD Reloading Dies Goldmedal

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GOLD MEDALDIES
P R O D U C T I N S T R U C T I O N S
 
IMPORTANT: READ THIS SECTION FIRST
Before using the RCBS Gold Medal die, read this instruction manu-al carefully to fully learn how to safely operate the related reloadingequipment. Failure to properly operate certain reloading equipmentcan result in severe personal injury and/or equipment damage. Ifyou have read these instructions, but do not clearly understand thedescribed operation, call us at 1-800-533-5000 and a technician willassist you.This instruction manual contains specific safety and oper-ating information. It should be considered a permanent part of yourreloading equipment and remain with the equipment at all times foreasy reference.
SAFETY 
Reloading is an enjoyable and rewarding hobby that is easilyconducted with safety. But carelessness or negligence canmake reloading hazardous. This product has been designedfrom the beginning with the user’s safety in mind. As with anyreloading operation, safety rules
MUST
be followed. Byobserving these few rules, the chance of hazardous occurrencecausing damage or injury becomes extremely remote.
GENERAL
Use the reloading equipment as the manufacturerrecommends.Study the instructions carefully and becomethoroughly familiar with the operation of the product. Don'ttake short cuts.Observe “good housekeeping” in the reloading area. Keeptools and components neat, clean and orderly. Promptly andcompletely clean up primer and powder spills.Reload only when you can give your undivided attention. Donot reload when fatigued or ill. Develop a reloading routine toavoid mistakes. Avoid haste–load at a leisurely pace.Always wear adequate eye protection. You assumeunnecessary risk when reloading without wearing safetyglasses.
LOADING DATA 
Use only laboratory tested reloading data. We highly rec-ommend the use of the SPEER Reloading Manual.OBSERVE ALLWARNINGS ABOUTTHE USE OFMAXIMUM LISTED LOADS.
PRIMERS AND POWDER
WARNING: Primers are designed to explode and will do sowhen subjected to heat or percussion.
 
Since RCBS has no control over the choice of components,the manner in which they are assembled, the use of thisproduct, or the firearms in which the resulting ammunitionmay be used, no responsibility, either expressed or implied,is assumed for the use of ammunition reloaded with thisproduct.Do not deprime live primers.Never attempt to seat or reseat a primer in a loaded round.Store primers and powder beyond the reach of children andaway from heat, dampness, open flames and electrical equip-ment.DO NOTuse primers of unknown identity. Scrap unknownprimers in accordance with applicable regulations.Keep primers in original factory container until ready to use.Return unused primers to the same factory packaging forsafety and to preserve their identity.
DO NOTstore primers in bulk. The blast of just a few hun-dred primers is sufficient to cause serious injury to anyonenearby.DO NOTforce primers. Use care in handling primers.DO NOTuse any powder unless its identity is positivelyknown. Discard all mixed powders and those of uncertain orunknown identity.If you use a powder measure, replace the lids on both thepowder hopper and powder can after the powder hopper hasbeen filled.Before charging cases, settle the powder in the powder hop-per. Throw and check the weight of at least ten charges. Thiswill assure you that the correct powder charge is beingthrown.After a reloading session ends, pour the remaining powderback in its original factory container. This will preserve theidentity and shelf life of the powder.DO NOTsmoke while handling powder or primers.
RECORD KEEPING
Keep complete records of reloads. Apply a descriptive labelto each box showing the date produced, and the primer, pow-der and bullet used. Labels for this purpose are packed withSPEER bullets.

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