Ammunition manufacturer Hevi-Shot has recalled several boxes of its popular shotgun shells. The company has concluded an investigation that revealed sub-standard wads in its 12 gauge, 3 inch, Hevi Metal and Hevi Steel shotshells that could lead to damage or injury.
While the shells themselves do not pose a significant risk, the wads may become lodged in the barrel after firing. Obviously, this presents a problem for hunters who do not check their barrel after firing each shot and could lead to severe injury if the barrel is not cleared before firing again.
For more information on the recall, see the notice issued by the company at the link provided below, or call one of the experienced attorneys at Feldmann Nagel Margulis to discuss any problems you've experienced.