NOTE: Link has multiple recalls.
If you have a Ruger 9mm American , check out this info.
I have a ruger 22-45 i bought 20 plus years ago and it still NIB. Will check it out.
@Texyank Your welcome John. We all have guns that we may have been unaware of having an issue, or like yours, have had for years and are still in original new condition.
Hope this topic will help provide access to valuable information that most people might not easily be made aware of.
Or the info isn’t made available through the normal channels for dissemination of safety information to the public.
In regards to the Rossi recall, understand that if you send in your Rossi revolver, they WILL NOT repair it. IT WILL BE REPLACED - WITH A TAURUS revolver.
I sent in my Rossi 461. A very pretty, deep blue 6 shot .357. Once they had it, I was told they were not repairing any of the guns and I would be sent a 5 shot .357 Taurus 605 with a matte black oxide finish. I shot it with full power .357 loads and the crappy Taurus grips hurt my hand. I could shoot full power loads through the 461 all day long and have no problems. After 20 rounds through the Taurus, I packed it up. I don’t care for the finish, I don’t care for the grips, I don’t care for the 1 less round. I regret sending my 461 in. It was just my bedside gun and not a carry piece so I wasn’t truly concerned about the safety recall too much. But I sent it in, thinking they were going to make a modification to it and not chop it up and send me a Taurus.
Thanks for that heads up. I appreciate having the added, firsthand info.
Having members provide this kind of direct knowledge (not hearsay, third hand, opinion, or assumption) helps in making this topic as valuable and accurate of a reference source for addressing all related concerns as we can.
That sucks about the replacement. I have to say it doesn’t seem to be an equitable and comparable substitution to the 461.
Hodgdon IMR 4007SSC All lots recalled, 1 & 8lb containers.
Hodgdon Powder Co. Inc.
6430 Vista Dr.
Shawnee, KS 66218
800-622-4366 ph, 913-362-1307 fax
Accurate 4064, 2495 & 4350 powders packaged prior to 10/01/2016, 1 & 8lb containers
4064 lots 2 thru 16
2495 lots 2 thru 17
4350 lots 2 thru 22
The lot number and date are combined, lot number is the last 1 or 2 numbers.
Western Powders Inc.
UPDATED INFORMATION FOR OWNERS OF
FosTecH Origin SBV: ATF Guidance
FosTecH to replace
Origin SBV with
Origin-12 Long Barrel
It has come to our attention that the original forms sent out did not have one of our documents. The first document below is the document that was ommitted from our last email. The other documents are the same. If you have already sent us your SBV for replacement please fill out the first document and email to email@example.com. If you have not sent us your SBV, please fill out all the forms below and send to FosTecH. If you have any questions, please call FosTecH at 812-445-4028
Please see the direction from the ATF below. This letter allows FosTecH the ability to offer to replace the SBV with another type of Origin-12 Shotgun. FosTecH is offering to replace the SBV at no charge to the customer. Customers will be responsible for all tax stamps and or transfer fees . FosTecH will cover the outbound shipping of the replacement weapon.
SAFETY NOTIFICATION REMINDER
TO CUSTOMERS THAT HAVE PURCHASED A DELTA 5® RIFLE,
As part of Daniel Defense’s commitment to provide the highest level of quality and safety for its products, the company had previously issued a Safety Notification Replacement Campaign on October 8, 2019 related to a condition identified with the firing pin cross pin in DELTA 5 Bolt-Action Rifles manufactured before September 20, 2019. More specifically, the firing pin cross pin can break under normal usage.
Daniel Defense asks that consumers take the Safety Notification Replacement Campaign seriously and immediately check to see if their DELTA 5 Rifle falls under this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign. If a DELTA 5 Rifle falls under this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign, IMMEDIATELY DISCONTINUE USE OF THE DELTA 5 RIFLE, POINT THE DELTA 5 RIFLE IN A SAFE DIRECTION, ACTIVATE THE SAFETY SELECTOR LEVER, CHECK AND VERIFY THE DELTA 5 RIFLE IS UNLOADED AND THAT THE CHAMBER IS EMPTY, IF IT IS NOT, REMOVE ANY CHAMBERED ROUND, REMOVE THE MAGAZINE AND THE BOLT ASSEMBLY AND FOLLOW THE BOLT ASSEMBLY RETURN INSTRUCTIONS BELOW.
The firing pin cross pin is located within the DELTA 5 bolt assembly and holds the firing pin and cocking piece together in the striker assembly. The firing pin cross pin can break allowing the firing pin to move freely within the bolt assembly. It is possible that AN UNINTENTIONAL FIREARM DISCHARGE MAY OCCUR.
As a Company committed to the highest level of quality and safety, Daniel Defense will correct any and all potential conditions at no cost to the consumer as part of its 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
To determine if a DELTA 5 Rifle falls within the scope of this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign, Consumers should go to www.danieldefense.com/safety or call (866) 554-GUNS.
Ruger Mark IV recall