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. "I NDUSTRIE?,! ArPMsro102The /Etna Casualty and Surety CompanyThe Standard Fire Insurance CompanyHartford, Connecticut 06115NATIONAL PRESTO INDUSTRIES, INC.COMPREHENSIVE LIABILITY OLICY #37 AL 192812 SRAPOLICY PERIOD: 3 / 1 / 7 7 - 3 / 1 / 7 8Insurance planned for your protection by71* SOUTH BARSTOW STRKTCAU CLAIM. WISCONSIN S4701.- . - . (71»)«32-«71T -Cat. 211974 Trademark ofThe /tin* Caiualty and Surety Company

Hart*--:!. Connecticut 06115These DECLARATIONS am* 'hodesignated Insurance Parf dEndorsements, with the J.-«etprovisions, complete thisCOMPREHENSIVELIABILITY POLICYForNATIONAL PRESTO INDUSTRIES, INC.1. INSUREDNAMEDPOLICY NUMBER37 AL 192812 SRA(SEE END'T NO. 1)NORTH HASTINGS WAYEAU CLAIRE, WISCONSIN 5 7012. POLlCYPEfilpDFrom -*-rrto --ro12: 0 1 A.M.Standard Time at the address of the named insured as statedherein.AUDIT PERIOD(Shoy Num ber arid Street or RFD, City. County, State and Zip Code) Annual, unless otherwise stated:THE NAMED INSURED IS G IndtvidualPartnership ] Corporation BUSINESS OF NAMED INSUREDMPG OP HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES[7] Joint Venture D Other:3. The insurance afforded is only with respect to such of the following Parts and Coverages as are indicated by specificpremium charge or charges. The limit of the Company's liability against each such Coverage shall be as stated herein,subject to all the terms of this policy having reference thereto.PARTCALLIMITS OF LIABILITYCOVERAGESEach Person Each Occurrence Each AccidentCOMPREHENSIVE AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCEAggregate 500 ,000 1000 ,000Bodily Injury Liability 250 ,000Property Damage Liability 28914.71COMPREHENSIVE GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE (Except Automobile)CGLleAMP AutomobiMedical PaymentsUMPHF 250 ,000AUTOMOBILE MEDICAL PAYMENTS INSURANCE12345 250 tooo 157,262 1000INSURANCE AGAINST UNINSURED MOTORISTSDamages for Bodily Injury SEE ,000 21975-53 1,000 ,000 236,536 1,000 ,000Bodily Injury LiabilityProperty Damage LiabilityADVANCEPREMIUM ENDT ,QOQAUTOMOBILE PHYSICAL DAMAGE INSURANCEINCLINCLComprehensiveInsurance is afforded only with respect to such covered autoFire, Lightning or Transportation mobile*as are designated in the attached Automobile Schedule,Theftsubject to the limits of liability indicated therein.Windstorm, Hail, Earthquakeor ExplosionFLEET AUTOMATIC 3 Yes D NoCombined Additional Coverage6 Collision7 TowingGARAGE INSURANCEGAR oyerages and Limits as stated in separatedeclarations ENDORSEMENTS MADE PART OF THE POLICY (designated by [x] or Endorsement number)KMPPIQ Contractual Liability, CC-O Premises Medical PaymentsCD Personal Injury Liability ZJ GUARANTEE ASSOCJMAIP SURCHARGE 26.99SEE ENDORSEMENT INDEX4. The declarations are completed on the attached GeneralLiability and Automobile Schedules.The Automobile Schedule contains a complete list of(a) aflandautomobiles and trailers owned by the named insured(b) all persons within the definition of Class 1 persons,atherein:the effective date of this policy, unless otherwise statedTheGeneral Liability Schedule discloses all hazards insuredhereunder known to exist at the effective date of this policy,unless otherwise stated herein:5. During the past three years no insurer has cancelled insurance,issued to the named insured, similar to that afforded hereunder. unless otherwise stated herein:1 Year Policy Total Advance PremiumDeposit Premium3 Year Prepaid Total Adv. Premium3 Year Policy InstallmentsTotal Advance PremiumAutomobile InstallmentsOther Installments 1st Anniversary2nd Anniversary"TBD" MrfSfcs to t* Determined

(TDESCRIPTION OP TERMSUSED AS PREM[ 1 BASES:When used as a premium basis:1. "admissions" means the total number of persons, other thanemployees of the named insured, admitted to the event insured or to events conducted on the premises whether onpaid admission tickets, complimentary tickets or passes;6. A, "cost of hire" means the amount incurred for (a) the4. '"remuneration" means the entire remuneration earnedments of any motor carrier law or ordinance. The ratesfor each 100 of "cost of hire" shall be 5% of the applicable hired automobile rates, provided the owner of suchhired automobile has purchased automobile Bodily InjuryLiability and Property Damage Liability insurance covering the interest of the named insured on a direct primarybasis as respects such automobile and submits evidenceof such insurance to the named insured;B. "Class 1 persons" means the following persons, provided their usual duties in the business of the namedinsured include the use of non-owned automobiles: (a) allemployees, including officers, of the named insured compensated for the use of such automobiles by salary,commission, terms of employment, or specific operatingallowance of any sort; (b) all direct agents and representatives of the named insured;C. "Class 2 employees" means all employees, includingofficers, of the named Insured, not included in Class 1persons;7. "cost" (as respects Contractual Liability Insurance) meensthe total cost to any indemnitee with respect to any contractwhich is insured of all work let or sublet in connection witheach specific project, including the cost of all labor, materialsand equipment furnished, used or delivered for use in theexecution of such work, whether furnished by the owner,contractor or the subcontractor, including all fees, allowances,bonuses or commissions made, paid or due.2. "cost" means the total cost to the named insured with respect to operations performed for the named insured duringthe policy period by independent contractors of all work let orsublet in connection with each specific project, including thecost of all labor, materials and equipment furnished, used ordelivered for use in the execution of such work, whether furnished by the owner, contractor or subcontractor, includingall fees, allowances, bonuses or commissions made, paid ordue;3. "receipts" means the gross amount of money charged bythe named Insured for such operations by the named insuredor by others during the policy period as are rated on a receipts basis other than receipts from telecasting, broadcasting or motion pictures, and includes taxes, other thantaxes which the named insured collects as a separate itemand remits directly to a governmental division;during the policy period by proprietors and by all employees -' -of the named Insured, other than chauffeurs (except operators of mobile equipment) and aircraft pilots and co-pilots,subject to any overtime earnings or limitation of remunerationrule applicable in accordance with the manuals in use by;the company;'"5. ' sales'* means the gross-amount of money charged by thanamed Insured or by others trading under his name for allgoods and products sold or distributed during the policyperiod and charged during the policy period for installation,servicing or repair, and includes taxes, other than taxeswhich the named Insured and such others collect as a separate item and remit directly to a governmental division;hire of automobiles, including the entire remuneration ofeach employee of the named insured engaged in theoperation of such automobiles subject to an average' weekly maximum remuneration of 100, and for (b)pick-up, transportation or delivery service of property orpassengers, other than such services performed bymotor earners which are subject to the security require-THE /ETNA CASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY(A stock insurance company, herein called the company}In consideration of the payment of the premium, in reliance upon thestatements in the declarations made a part hereof and subject to all of theterms of this policy, agrees with th* named insured as follows:u.-

rGENERAL PROVISIONS (FOR LIABILITY POLICIESLIFE & CASUALTYAG-00-01DEFINITIONSWhenused m this policy (including endorsements forming a parthereof):"automobile" means a land motor vehicle, trailer or semi-trailerdesigned lor travel on public roads, (including any machinery or apparatus attached thereto), but does not include mobile equipment;"bodity injury" means bodily injury, sickness or disease sustainedby any person which occurs during the policy period, includingdeath at any time resulting therefrom;"collapse hazard" includes "structural property damage" asdefined herein and property damage to any other property at anyticollapseme resultingtherefrom. "Structural property damage" means theof or structural injury to any building or structure due to (1)grading o) land, excavating, borrowing, filling, back-filling, tunneling, pile driving, cofferdam work or caisson work or (2) moving,shoring, underpinning, raising or demolition of any building orstructure or removal or rebuilding of any structural support thereof.Thehazardonsdoesnot inforcludethe propertydamageby (1)inarisincollapseg out of operatiperformednamed Insureddependent contractors, or (2) included within the completedoperationshazard, or (3)hazardfor whicorh liathebilityundergroundis assumed byproperlythe insureddamageunderan Incidental erationsorrepresentation or warranty made at any time with respect thereto,but onlyonsif thehavebodilypropertydamage andoccursoccursafter awaysuchoperatibeenInjurycomploretedor abandonedfrompremisesincludeownedmateriby orals, partsorconnection therewith. Operations shall be deemed completedshedat theinearliest of the following times:(1) when all operations to be performed by or on behalf of thenamed insured under the contract have been completed,(2) when all operations to be performed by or on behalf of thenamedpleted, orInsured at the site of the operations have been com-(3) when the portion of the work out of which the Injury or damagearises has been put to its intended use by any person ororganizatioinn performiother thananotheronscontractorengagedng operatifor a princiorpalsubcontractoras a part ofthe same project.Operationsowhicrepaih mayr orrequireplreafurtherservice or ofdefectcieency,complted. but which are otherwise complete, shall be ghazardout ofdoes not include bodily Injury(a) operatiothens bodftyin connection orwipropertyth the transportatioarin ofsesproperty,unlessinjurydamagecondition in or on a vehicle created by the loading or unloutoadiofngathereof,(b) theexistence of tools, uninstalled equipment or abandoned orunused materials, or(c) operations for which the classification stated in the policy or inthe company's manual specifies "including completedoperations";"elevator"or lcoe,wericeiatoncesconnector ldevil istway,stairway,runway,powerequipment and machinery, or any hydraulic or mechanical hoistused for raising or lowering automobiles for lubricating and servicing or for dumping material from trucks; but does not include anautomobilehoist,calor powera hoistorwitifhoutplatformtooutside abuilding if wiservicingthout mechaninot aattachedbuildingwalls, or a hod or material hoist used in alteration, construction ordemolition operations, or an inclined conveyor used exclusively forcarrying property or a dumbwaiter used exclusively tor carryingproperty and having a compartment height not exceeding four feet;"explosion hazard" Includes property damage arising out ofblasting ordamageexplosio(1)n. ariThepropertysingexplosionout of the hazardexplosiodoesn of ainotr orincludesteamvessels, piping under pressure, prime movers, machinery or powertransmitting equipment, or (2) arising out of operations performedInsured byoperationsindependentcontractors,(3) includedwiforthithen namedthe completedhazardor the orundergroundproperty damage hazard, or (4) lor which liability is assumed by.(CC-MH2) 1 - 73the insured under an Incidental contract;"incidentalcontract" means any written (1) lease of premises, (2)easement agreement, except in connection with construction ordemolition operations on or adjacent to a railroad, (3) undertaking toindemnify a municipality required by municipal ordinance, exceptin connection with work for the municipality, (4} sidetrackagreement, or (5) elevator maintenance agreement;"insured" means any person or organization qualifying as an insured in the "Persons Insured" provision of the applicable in-surance coverage. The insurance afforded applies separately toeachinsured against whom claim is made or suit is brought, exceptwith respect to the limits of the company's liability;"mobile equipment" means a land vehicle (including anymachinery or apparatus attached thereto), whether or not selfpropelled. (1) not subject to motor vehicle registration, or (2) maintained for use exclusively on premises owned by or rented to thenamedInsured, including the ways immediately adjoining, or (3)designed for use principally off public roads, or (4) designed ormainfoltailonwiednforthe soleaffordinpartg mobito equipmentoftheg typesformipurposeng an ofintegralof orlitypermanently attachedto such vehi: (otherpower thancranes,, loaders,diggers anddrills,concretexcersleotherthe shovelmix-ionns-transit type);scrapers,rollersmiandroad constructior repair quipment;andgeophysicalploration and well servicing equipment;"named insured" means the person or organization named in Item1, of the declarations of this policy;"named insured'* products" means goods or products manufactured, sold, handled or distributed by the named insured or byothers trading under his name, including any container thereof(other than a vehicle), but "named Insured'* products" shall nota venditongormachisuch contaiincludener, rentedlocatedne orforanyuse propertyof othersotherbut thannot sold;"occurrence" means an accident, including continuous orrepeated exposuretions, whicnorh results in bodipropertydamage toneicondither expectedintendedfromlytheInjurystand-orpoint of the insured;"policy territory1 means:(1) the United States of America, its territories or possessions, orCanada, or(2) propertyinternationaldamagewaters doesor air notspace,ed thecoursebodltyof Injuryoccurproviin dthetravel orortransportation to or from any other country, state or nation; or(3) anywherein theor propertyworld withdamagerespect arito sdamagesbodity injurying out ofbecausea eoriginalsuitsuch damages is brought within such territory;"productsincludesinsured'sbodily Injuryandorpropertyarising out hazard"of the namedproductsreliancedamageupon arepresentation or warranty made at any time with respect thereto,but only if the bodity injury or property damage occurs away frompremises owned by or rented to the named Insured and afterphysical possession of such products has been relinquished toothers;"property damage" means (1) physical injury to or destruction oftangible property which occurs during the policy period, includingtheloss of use thereof at any time resulting therefrom, or (2) loss ofuse of tangible property which has not been physically injured ordestroyed provided such loss of use is caused by an occurrenceduring the policy ty damagepropertyas defindamageed Jjereinhazard"and propertyto anyother property at any time resulting therefrom. "Undergroundproperty damage" means property damage to wires, conduits,pipes, mains, sewers, tanks, tunnels, any similar property, and anyapparatusin connection therewith, beneath the surface of theground or water, caused by and occurring during the use ofmechanical equipment for the purpose of grading land, paving, excavating, drilling, borrowing, filling, back-filling or pile driving. Theundergrounddoes notforincludepropertydamage (1) aripropertysing out ofdamageoperatihazardons performedthe namedInsured by independent contractors, or (2) included within the completed operations hazard, or (3) for which liability is assumed bythe Insured under an incidental contract.CAT. 372501PRINTED IN USA

fSUPPLEMENTARY AYMENTSThe company will pay. in addition to the applicable limit olliability;(a) all expenses incurred by the company, all costs taxed againstthe insured m any suit defended by the company and all interest on the entire amount of any judgment therein which accruesafter entry of the judgment and before the company haspaid or tendered or deposited in court that part of thejudgementwhich does not exceed the limit ol the company'sliability thereon;(b) premiums on appeal bonds required in any such suit,premiums on bonds to release attachments in any such suit foran amount not in excess of the applicable limit of liability of thisrpolicy, and the cost of bail bonds required of the insuredof any vehicle to which this policy applies, not ;o exceed 5250perbail bond, but the company shall have no obligation to apply for or furnish any such bonds;(c) expenses incurred by the insured for first aid to others at thetime of an accident, for bodily injury to which this policy applies;(d) reasonable expenses incurred by the insured at the company's request in assisting the company in the investigation ordefense of any claim or suit, including actual loss of earningsbecause of accident or traffic law violation arising out of the usenot to exceed S25 per day.NUCLEAR ENERGY LIABILITY EXCLUSION(Broad Form)i. This policy does not apply;A. Under any Liability Coverage, to bodily injury or propertydamage(1) wianthinrespectto which an insured under this policy is alsosured under a nuclear energy liability policy issuedbyNuclc Energyear Energylity Insurancen, MutualAtomiLiabiLilitaybiUnderwriters orAssociNucleaartioInsuranceAssocipoliatiocny ofbutCanada,or woulan inexhaustisured undersuchfor its terminatidonbeuponon olanyitslimit of liability; or(2) resulting andfrom witheth respecthazardousnuclearormaterialto whipropertiesch (a) anyofpersonorganization is required to maintain financial protectionpursuant to the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, or any tawamendatory thereof, or (b) the Insured is, or had this policynot been issued would be, entitled to indemnity from theUnited States of America, of any agency thereof, under anyagreementted Statesof Ameriany agencyenteredthereof,intowibyth theany Unipersonor organizatiocn.a orB. plUnderany PaymentsMedical PaymentsCoverage,orrst underany rred with respect to bodily Injury resulting from the hazardous properties of nuclear material and arising out of theoperation of a nuclear facility by any person or organization.C. Under any Liability Coverage, to bodily Injury or propertydamageresulting from the hazardous properties of nuclearmaterial, if(1) the nuclear material (a) is at any nuclear facility ownedby. or operated by or on behalf of, an insured or (b) hasbeen discharged or dispersed therefrom;(2) the nuclear material is contained in spent fuel or wasteat any time possessed, handled, used, processed, stored,ortransported or disposed of by or on behalf of an insured;(3) the bodily Injury or property damage arises out of thefurnihing byan insured wiofthservies, matericonstructials, partsoorequipsmentin connectionthe cplanning,n,maintenance,operatiocatedn or usewiofthinanythenuclearfaciStateslity, butofiAmerif suchfacilityisloUnitedca, its territories or possessions or Canada, this exclusion (3) applies only to property damage to suchnuclear facility and any property thereat.II. As used herein:"hazardous properties" include radioactive, toxic or explosiveproperties,"nuclear material" means source material, special nuclearmaterial or byproduct erial",have the meanings nucleargiven themmaterial",in the AtomiEnergy Actof 1954 or in any law amendatory thereof,"spent fuel" means any fuel element or fuel component, solid orliquid, which

Property Damage Liability 1,000 ,000 250 ,000 1,000 ,00 236,530 6 250 t oo 157,26o 2 AMP Automobile AUTOMOBILE MEDICAL PAYMENTS INSURANCE Medical Payments 1000 INCL UM INSURANCE AGAINST UNINSURED MOTORISTS Damages for Bodily Injury SEE ,000 ENDT ,QOQ INCL AUTOMOBILE PHYSICAL DAMAGE INSURANCE PHF

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