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Old August 3, 2014, 04:07 AM   #1
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Recall: Hornady 9mm Luger Critical Duty

http://www.hornady.com/in-the-news/l...ll-lot-3141635

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Product Warning and Recall Notice: 90226

Hornady Mfg Company is recalling one (1) lot of 9mm 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty™ Ammunition, Item#90226. This lot was shipped between the dates of 6-5-14 and 7-16-14.

Item number 90226 LOT # 3141635
Hornady Mfg Company ballisticians have determined that some cartridges from Lot # 3141635 may exhibit light or no powder charges. Use of this product may result in firearm damage and or personal injury.

DO NOT USE HORNADY CRITICAL DUTY 9MM 135GR. +P, LOT #3141635.
The lot number can be found printed on the underside of the box label.

This Notice Only Applies to Lot #3141635.
If you own this Lot # or have any questions regarding this recall, please call 800-338-1242. Hornady Mfg Company will make all arrangements associated with this return and replacement of the product.

ANY OTHER LOT NUMBERS OR ITEM NUMBERS ARE NOT SUBJECT TO THIS RECALL AND REQUIRE NO ACTION.
Thank you for your attention. We apologize for this inconvenience.

This was posted by another member in Handguns General, and we generally don't cross post, but safety recalls are one of the few exceptions.
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Old August 16, 2014, 01:23 AM   #2
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That thread is already linked in the Manufacturer's Recall Alert thread
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