Safety Recall Notice: GForce GF991220-DLX Shotguns

This recall affects all GF991220-DLX shotguns manufactured prior to March 15, 2022.

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posted on May 6, 2022
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Editor's Note: We here at NRA Family are in receipt of the below safety recall notice from GForce Arms. We have reproduced it in its entirety below.

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GForce Arms received reports of a faulty safety switch manufactured by our supplier in a previous model of the GF991220-DLX. In those firearms, the safety switch has the potential to fail and move to the fire position when the trigger is pulled with an exorbitant amount of force multiple times. The cause of this is due to the absence of the detent/dimple on the safety switch. The safety switch has not been found to have issues unless the trigger is pulled with an exorbitant amount of pressure multiple times.

To ensure that all our Shotguns meet GForce Arms’ high standards for quality, we are implementing this Safety Recall of the GF991220-DLX manufactured prior to March 15, 2022, to ensure there are no surface anomalies or conditions that might adversely affect the safety, function, or performance of these Shotguns.

REMEDY/ACTION TO BE TAKEN:

To determine whether your Shotgun is affected, please enter your serial number below and/or contact GForce Arms at 1-833-343-6723.

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