I don't know of a manufacturer that doesn't include that statement as well as "Always use ammunition that complies with the industry performance standards established by the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, Inc., of the United States, (SAAMI) or the equivalent from other countries." Weapons are built to handle the the pressures from these loads. Get someone who, for whatever reason, loads above these stds., and serious overpressure can lead to catastrophic results. I don't know anyone willing to waranty against that, however, if you reload following proven recipes, start 10% low slowly working up to max closely monitoring the powder charge, you shouldn't have any problems.drummin_man627 said:#1) Does not your Owners Manual state that the use of reloads, or re-manufacured ammo will void your waranty? My PT 92 manual does.
Quality cast bullets are rarely made from pure lead as it is too soft. Most are an alloy of lead, antimony, tin, and zink I believe. The antimony and tin for hardness and durability and zink for lubrication all of which help prevent lead fouling of the barrel. You also want to know the size of the barrel since there can be as much as .002-3" oversize due to manufacturing tollerances and wear, loading the right size bullet for your barrel will reduce fouling.#2) Does not the bare lead totally foul your barrel, and leave a residue all over?