Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Firearm Forum Question: Ammo Recall for - Hornady, Remington, and BlackGun

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Yes, More Ammo (ammunition) Recalls.
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Note: I have combined several recent RECALLS from various manufacturers on one New Topic Post Page ...

First Recall Notice:
Hornady Recalls

Hornady Critical Duty 9mm Ammo
Latest Date of Recall - July 2014
Recall Notice Item # 90226, Lot #3141635

Hornady 30-06, 165 Grain, SST Hornady Superperformance Ammo 
Date of Recall - November 2010
Recall Notice Item # 81153, Lot #3101052


Hornady 30-30 Winchester, LEVERevolution Ammo 
Date of Recall - August 2006
Recall Notice Item # 82730, Lot #3060134

Second Recall Notice:
Remington Recall


Remington 22 Caliber Long Rifle Thunderbolt TB-22A Ammo 
Date of Recall - August 19, 2013
Recall Notice Lot #'s S22BB1237, S22BC1237

Third Recall Notice:
BlackGun Recall


BlackGun 556 (5.56) 62 Grain Ammo 
Date of Recall - October 11, 2013
Recall Notice Lot # 004



Blog Administrator -
YES, everyone there are more AMMO recalls and from various manufactures.
When are these idiots gonna get some quality control before someone gets killed?

Important Notice about Recalls: There is NO expiration Date on any Recall.
Many people stock up on Ammo and store it. Some people have ammo dating more than 20-years from Manufactured Date.

Make sure you check the Item and/or Lot Numbers on any ammo before using it.
The use of RECALLED Ammo can result in death or injury, and a damaged firearm.

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37 comments:

  1. IMPORTANT NOTICE:
    Concerning AMMO ReCalls - There is NO expiration date on recalls for various reasons.
    If you own or purchased any Ammunition (Ammo) always check to see if there is a recall on that Item or Lot Number.

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  2. unthinkable - if these malfunction inside your firearm you can die .
    where the hell is the quality control ?

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  3. if the government is so worried about gun control - start getting these ammo manufacturers under quality control before someone gets killed.

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  4. Can any of these putz nuggets spell .... MORON ?

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  5. Duh , do they have Simpson cartoon family running these companies?

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  6. I rate this blog with .... 5 Stars
    *****

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  7. Truly a bunch of twits if I have ever seen one.

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  8. They must have been doing the moon walk while making ammo.

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  9. How long is the ammo consumer gonna tolerate this?

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  10. I am not surprised and I am not shocked just damn disappointed in the wanton disregard for firearms users safety.

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  11. Can the DOJ go after these clowns?

    Joke - I never drive faster in rush hour traffic than I can masturbate because I am usually doing them both at the same time.

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  12. It just seems no one can be trusted to put out a reliable product anymore.

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  13. My husband says they are all useless twits and low life jackasses.

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  14. I am surprised by Hornady but I guess profit exceed quality anywhere nowadays.

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  15. No surprises from me this is the norm for manufacturers in today's world.

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  16. bet they don't give a damn either .

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  17. I pretty much have shot all my Remington and have no intention on buying any in the future.

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  18. I am sure every Liberal in America hopes a shooter dies from these defects, where the hell is Eric Holder on this?

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  19. Is there anyone out there that does not have a recall?

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  20. Bet they have all have a quality control dept that takes long naps.

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  21. I gave up on Remington some time back.

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  22. Let the stupid people not be permitted to breed.

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  23. instead of putting this ammo in a box they should have shoved it up there butts because that's all its good for

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  24. Thankfully we don't shoot any of these brands.

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