Safety Recalls

The products listed below have been recalled by the manufacturer or by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).  Please click on the links to find the steps you need to take if you have an item that is on the recall list.  A list of a recalls issued by the six federal agencies governing consumer safety can be found at


Remington Model 887 Shotgun- Issued November, 2014

Remington has determined that some Remington Model 887™ shotguns manufactured between December 19, 2013 and November 24, 2014 may exhibit a defect causing the firing pin to bind in the forward position within the bolt, which can result in an unintentional discharge when chambering a live round. While Remington has the utmost confidence in the design of the 887™ shotgun, it is undertaking this recall in the interest of consumer safety. Click here for more information

HEVI Shot's HEVI-Metal and HEVI-Steel - Issued November, 2014

At temperatures below freezing, our 12-gauge, 3-inch HEVI-Metal and HEVI-Steel shotshell wads may crack on ignition.  This my cause a "squib load", with an off sound and reduced power.  While this sqib load wil not damage your gun in any way, it can result in a wad stuck in your barrel, because the force of some of these shells may not be strong enough to puch the wad all the way out of the muzzle  The danger comes if you fire again without clearing a stuck wad from your barrel.  This can cause barrel damage or injury.  If you hear an off sound with no power, please stop shooting!  First, unload your gun- and then check your barrel for obstructions before you fire again. Click here for more information

Remington 700™ And Model Seven™ Rifles - Issued April, 2014

Remington has determined that some Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with XMP triggers could, under certain circumstances, unintentionally discharge. A Remington investigation has determined that some XMP triggers might have excess bonding agent used in the assembly process. While Remington has the utmost confidence in the design of the XMP trigger, it is undertaking this recall in the interest of consumer safety to remove any potential excess bonding agent applied in the assembly process. Click here for more information

Ruger SR-556VT™ - Issued April, 2014

Ruger has determined that the disconnector in the two-stage trigger system on the SR-556VT™ modern sporting rifles was not properly heat treated by a vendor and that the disconnector can wear prematurely. This, in turn, can result in an unsafe condition in which the rifle delays firing (there is a delay in firing after the trigger is pulled) or doubles (discharging once when the trigger is pulled and again when the trigger is released). Although no incidents have been reported from the field, this is an important safety issue and Ruger is therefore recalling the rifles. Click here for more information

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield - Issued August 22, 2013

Smith & Wesson Corp. has announced that the Company has identified a condition where the trigger bar pin could damage the lower trigger in certain M&P Shields in a way that may affect the functionality of the drop safety feature of the firearm, potentially allowing the pistol to discharge if it is dropped.  Click here for more information

Springfield Armory 3.3 XDS - Issued August 28, 2013

Springfield Armory® has initiated this voluntary safety recall to upgrade 3.3 XD-S™ 9mm and 3.3 XD-S™ .45ACP pistols with new components, which eliminate the possibility of a potentially dangerous condition.  Click here for more information

Thompson Center Arms - Issued June 13, 2013

Thompson/Center Arms has identified a condition where the safety lever in certain rifles may bind preventing the safety from becoming fully engaged. In this situation, closing the bolt may move the safety to the fire position. The rifle will not fire unless the trigger is pulled. However, out of an abundance of caution, we are initiating this recall to allow for the prompt inspection and, if necessary, the repair of each rifle.  Click here for more information

Easton Axis Arrows - February 21 - May 10, 2013

In a recent quality inspection, Easton discovered a blemish in the arrow surface that has a limited chance of affecting the structural integrity of affected AXIS arrow shafts. The arrows can break when fired and hit unintended targets, including the user and bystanders. This recall effects only a small percentage of four specific batch numbers from four sizes of AXIS arrows and arrow shafts.   Click here for more information