Kimber Recalls Select R7 Mako Handguns

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posted on February 28, 2022
Kimber R7 Mako Safety Recall F

Kimber has discovered a quality issue involving the firing pin safety block of certain Kimber R7 model handguns shipped from Jan. 10-Feb. 14, 2022. Firearms assembled with the subject firing pin safety block may release multiple rounds from a single trigger pull.

This recall notice applies only to the serial numbers of those products listed at kimberamerica.com/safety. If your handgun is among those in this list of recalled products, contact Kimber immediately and do not load, use, sell or otherwise make available your handgun, as the condition may lead to serious injury or death. Kimber is voluntarily recalling the affected products to help ensure the personal safety of the parties that purchased and/or used them.

If your handgun has a serial number listed within the list of recalled products, contact Kimber to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) and arrange to have your handgun returned to Kimber for examination and remedial measures as may be necessary, free of charge. You can contact Kimber at (888) 243-4522 and indicate that you are calling about the "R7 firing pin safety block recall. You may also email the company at [email protected]. Kimber will pay shipping costs to and from the company.

After confirming your product is subject to the recall, Kimber will send you a prepaid shipping label with instructions attached. Once your affected handgun arrives at Kimber, it will be examined, remediated and returned. Kimber has noted that it will make every effort to return your product in as short a period as possible. For more information, visit kimberamerica.com/safety.

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