Product Safety Notice: Winchester Ammunition Recalling 3 Lots of .38 Spl.

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posted on February 28, 2019
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Winchester Ammunition, as a responsible corporate citizen, is currently recalling three lots of .38 Spl. 130-gr. FMJ ammunition. The company has determined the below lots of 38 Special ammunition may contain incorrect powder charges. Ammunition with excessive powder charges may cause firearm damage, rendering it inoperable, and subjecting the shooter and bystanders to a risk of serious personal injury or death. 

To determine if your ammunition is subject to this notice, review the Symbol and Lot Number. If it is Symbol USA38SPVP with Lot Number KF21, KL30 or KM52immediately discontinue use and contact Winchester toll-free at 844-653-8358 for free UPS pick-up of the recalled ammunition. This notice applies only to Symbol USA38SPVP with Lot Numbers KF21, KL30 and KM52. Other Symbol or Lot Numbers are not subject to this recall.

The ammunition Lot Number is ink stamped inside the right tuck flap of the 100-round carton as indicated here. The symbol is printed above the UPC bar code.


Winchester Ammunition urges you to contact them if you have any questions concerning this 38 Special centerfire ammunition recall. Their toll-free number is (844) 653-835; you may also elect to write to Winchester (600 Powder Mill Road, East Alton, IL 62024 Attn: USA38SPVP Recall), or visit their website at www.winchester.com.

 

Symbol: USA38SPVP

Lot Numbers: KF21, KL30 and KM52

 

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