Winchester 5.56 mm Ammo Recall

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posted on March 28, 2013
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Olin Corporation, through Winchester, has recalled one lot of 5.56 mm M855 62-grain PENE center-fire ammunition because the ammunition may contain incorrect propellant.

Do not use Winchester 5.56 mm M855 62-grain PENE ammunition marked with Symbol Number ZGQ3308 and Lot Number WCC10M106-004. The ammunition Symbol Number and Lot Number are ink stamped on the outside of the 900-round shipping container, and on the outside of the 30-round cartons.

If you have ammunition with Symbol Number ZGQ3308 and Lot Number WCC10M106-004, you should discontinue use and contact Winchester at 866-423-5224 for free UPS pick-up of the recalled ammunition. Upon receipt of your recalled ammunition, Winchester will ship replacement ammunition directly to you.

This notice applies only to Symbol Number ZGQ3308 with Lot Number WCC10M106-004. Other Symbol Numbers or Lot Numbers are not subject to this recall.

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