Heads up, Walther CCP owners: Walther Arms has issued a voluntary safety recall for CCP pistols after identifying a “potential condition” in those guns that could result in a discharge if dropped, whether the manual safety is engaged or disengaged.
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As a result, the company advises that you not load or fire your Walther CCP and contact them immediately to make arrangements to have your CCP upgraded, free of charge. Here are the three steps that they lay out.
Step 2 – After contacting us, we will send you shipping instructions so that you can return your unloaded pistol to us, free of charge via FedEx. The medium FedEx carton will fit factory CCP case.
Step 3 – We will upgrade and return your pistol to you free of charge. We will make every effort to complete the upgrade and return your pistol to you as soon as possible.
All upgraded pistols will have a dot milled into the back side of the magazine opening, Walther says.
It’ll take around three weeks from the time they receive your CCP to make the necessary upgrade.
For more information about Walther Arms, visit http://www.waltherarms.com.
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by Personal Defense World / Mar 17, 2017