Remington Model 887 Recall, Don’t shoot this Gun!

remington Model 887 recallThe widely popular Remington Model 887 Recall effects shotguns that were manufactured between December 1, 2013 to november 24, 2014. The Remington 887 Pump action shotgun has been found to be prone to a defect which may cause them to slam fire.

Slam Fire

A Slam Fire is when a round is fired upon chambering. Firing pins on the Remington Model 887s have been know to stick in the forward position causing a detonation of the primer when a live shell is chambered. This has been a big problem and this the Remington Model 887 Recall!

If you own an Remington 877 then you are advised to stop using the Shotgun until you have confirmed that your gun is not part of the Remington 887 Recall.

Notification about Remington Model 887 Recall:

To participate in the recall, please follow the instructions below:

Visit or call 1-800-243-9700 (Prompt #3 then Prompt #2) Monday through Friday, 9 AM through to 5 PM EDT. You will be asked to provide your name, address, telephone number, and shotgun(s) serial number.
Upon receipt of the information requested in Step 1, Remington will send you boxes and written instructions, and arrange for UPS to pickup your shotgun(s). Remington will cover all related shipping, inspection, and repair charges. Please do not return your shotgun on your own. Remington will arrange for pickup of your Model 887.

remington 877 recall bolt punch markWhen submitting your Remington for Recall under “Verification of Corrective Action,” Remington notes that “Upon repair of your shotgun, you will note a punch mark on the bolt. This mark confirms your shotgun has been inspected and repaired by Remington under the recall program.”

Newly-Manufactured 887 will also feature the punch mark to indicate that the firing pin problem has been addressed. So if you have a Remington Please check if it is part of the Remington Model 887 Recall.

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