REVOLVERS, RIFLES, SHOTGUNS AND MUZZLELOADERS are classified as FIREARMS or DANGEROUS WEAPONS and are sold by us with the specific understanding that we are not responsible in any manner whatsoever for their improper or negligent handling or resale under local laws and regulations.
BRAZTECH shall not be responsible in any manner
whatsoever for malfunctioning of the firearm, or for physical
injury or property damage, resulting in whole or in part from:
- criminal or negligent discharge
- improper or careless handling
- unauthorized modifications
- defective, improper hand-loaded, or reloaded ammunition
- use of other than specified muzzleloading components or improper loading methods
- neglect, or
- other influences beyond our direct and immediate control.
This limitation applies regardless of whether liability is asserted on the basis of contract, negligence or strict liability (including any failure to warn). Under no circumstance shall BRAZTECH be liable for incidental or consequential damages, such as loss of use of property, commercial loss and loss of earnings or profits.
- Never allow a minor to shoot without adult supervision. Never leave
a firearm in the possession of a minor. When shooting with a child,
make sure to remain close and safely supervise all activities. If
you need to leave the area, take the firearm and the child with
you. Always make sure to store firearms and ammunition separately.
- Securing your firearm may inhibit access to it
in a defense situation and result in injury or death.
- Failure to properly secure a firearm may result
in injury or death.
- Not Just For Beginners.
Regardless of your familiarity or experience with
firearms, you need to study this manual.
The safe handling of firearms requires specialized training,
discipline and caution. Firearms, by their nature and
intended function, are deadly instruments. Accidental death or
serious injury can result if they are handled improperly or carelessly.
Firearms rarely cause accidents. Firearms accidents almost always
are caused by a failure to obey the basic rules of gun safety.
Unfortunately, experienced shooters seem to violate these rules
as frequently as beginners. Thus the basics of safe firearms handling
cannot be repeated too often. Read, re-read and practice
the basic principles of firearms safety until they become
second nature: habits that you don't forget.
If you have any question about your knowledge
or ability to use this or any other firearm with complete safety you should seek supervised instruction. Personalized instruction
is often available from firearms dealers, gun clubs,
state hunter safety programs or police departments in the United
States. If none of these sources is accessible, write to the:
National Rifle Association
Waples Mill Road
THEY WILL ASSIST YOU.
Handbooks dealing with muzzleloading basics and safety can be obtained from the:
National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association
P.O. Box 67
A person with a firearm in his possession has a full-time responsibility.
He must KNOW how to keep and use his firearm
safely, and then must always TAKE the precautions
necessary -all of them. He CANNOT guess; he CANNOT forget. This responsibility is his alone. It CANNOT be passed off to someone else.
no firearm can be made accident-proof.
A firearm is just a machine, with no judgment of its own. It responds
to your actions, whether wise or foolish. The only truly effective
safety device is the mind of a cautious shooter who never forgets
that a moment's carelessness can produce permanent tragedy.