- Hazard: Walther has identified a condition that may exist in certain PK 380 pistols which may permit a round to be discharged if the trigger is pulled, despite engagement of the manual safety. Walther has found that engagement of the manual safety may not prevent firing of a chambered round when the trigger is pulled.
- DESCRIPTION OF THE PRODUCT INVOLVED: This recall applies to Walther PK380, .380 ACP pistols manufactured by Carl Walther GmbH from May, 2012 to September, 2012, and which have a Serial Number ranging from PK 101201 to PK 112155.
- ACTION TO BE TAKEN: STOP USING YOUR PISTOL, and UNLOAD IT IMMEDIATELY, exercising EXTREME CARE in doing so AND RETURN IT TO WALTHERAMERICA AT ONCE.
Any unintended discharge of a firearm has the potential for causing injury or even death, and we ask that you stop using your pistol immediately. When unloading your pistol, please take extreme care to ensure that your firearm is pointed in a safe direction.
To facilitate inspection and the repair of your pistol, please contact Waltheramerica customer service department to receive instructions for the return of your pistol to Waltheramerica, care of Smith & Wesson. Your pistol will be repaired at no cost to you. Your firearm will be returned as quickly and efficiently as possible. All shipping and repair costs will be covered by Waltheramerica.
To receive a FedEx pre-paid billable stamp and shipping instructions contact Waltheramerica directly at 1-800-713-0356. Please allow 2-3 weeks to receive the shipping materials and in-formation packet from us.
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