Thompson/Center Issues Recall

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posted on June 14, 2013
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6/14/2013

 

Thompson/Center Arms has issued a recall of all Icon, Venture and Dimension rifles due to a condition that may cause the safety lever to bind and not fully engage.

The rifle will not fire unless the trigger is pulled, but T/C is issuing the recall so all rifles can be inspected by its technicians.

If you own a T/C Icon, Venture or Dimension rifle produced before June 2013, stop using the rifle immediately and contact the T/C customer service department for instructions and to receive a pre-paid shipping label. T/C Arms will repair and return the rifle at no cost to the consumer.

Additional information can be found at tcarms.com, or by calling (800) 713-0355.

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