Walther Arms PPS M2 Voluntary Safety Recall

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posted on November 16, 2018
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Walther Arms has issued a voluntary recall for certain model numbers of its PPS M2 pistol. An official press release reads as follows:

"Walther Arms has identified a potential condition with the trigger blade safety on the on the Walther PPS M2 pistols that could potentially cause it fail. The safety of our customers is our paramount concern so we have voluntarily initiated this recall because of the possibility of the pistol firing without the trigger blade safety being activated.

Please do not load or fire your Walther PPS M2 pistol and contact us immediately to arrange to have your pistol upgraded free of charge.

If your pistol has already been upgraded, there will be a dot milled onto the back side of the magazine well opening.  

 

The upgrade will be done at no charge to you.  For free shipping, please enter your information here, and complete the online form. NOT ALL PPS M2 MODELS ARE AFFECTED. Be sure to VERIFY that your serial number is affected by the recall before shipping your gun back for the recall. After completion of the form a confirm­ation email will be sent including shipping information.

Please note:  The serial number is located on the right side of the pistol (circled in red below)"

This recall applies to Walther PPS M2 which have a Serial Number ranging from AN3020 to AU7502

ONLY SERIAL NUMBERS BELOW ARE AFFECTED BY THE RECALL.

AN3020 through AN9999
AO0001 through AO9999
AP0001 through AP9999
AQ0001 through AQ9999
AR0001 through AR9999
AS0001 through AS9999
AT0001 through AT9999
AU0001 through AU7502

*If you are unsure if your Serial Number is involved in the recall, please email: [email protected]

If your PPS M2 is AN3019 or earlier your handgun is not included in the recall.

If your PPS M2 is AU7503 or later your hand gun is not included in the recall.


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