Remington Recalls 338 Lapua Magnum Scenar Match Ammo

Remington issued a safety warning and recall for Remington 338 Lapua Magnum 250 grain Scenar Match ammo with lot numbers L13SA29L, L13SA29R, L13SB29L and L13SB29R.

Remington has determined the above lots may have been improperly loaded. And warns that improper loading may cause malfunctions, which may result in damage to the firearm, serious personal injury or death.

To identify the Lot numbers look at either the case where it’s stenciled on the outside of the case, or on the box where it’s stamped on the inside flap of the box.

If you have any of the ammunition identified above, immediately discontinue use and contact Remington at 1-800-243-9700, Prompt #3.

“We will arrange for return shipment and, upon receipt, will send replacement ammunition at no cost,” the company said and added, “If you are unsure if you have one of these Lots or if you have mixed boxes of ammunition, please immediately discontinue use and contact Remington.”

For any consumer questions or instructions on how to return product, contact Remington’s Consumer Service Department at 1-800-243-9700, Prompt #3.

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