Continuing this discussion in the appropriate forum per PG's direction.
Flying the bullshit flag on this one too. I have been told this by many of my shooting friends and none of them could cite a case where this happened. Then I contacted the NRA and they confirmed that this as never actually been used successfully by prosecutors. One tried it back in the '70s and it failed. Lawyers operate on precedent and the rest apparently took note of the failure.Originally Posted by gunfan
However, there are other reasons not to use handloads for defense. For instance, check out the Daniel Bias case.