Mossberg International announced this week it is voluntarily recalling select SA-410 shotguns due to a recently discovered potential safety concern. 

In the event a user prematurely releases a shotshell while loading/unloading, there is a possibility that the shell could contact the bolt-lock button inside the loading port. This possibility could result in the detonation of the shell and potential injury to the user or damage to the firearm. 

This recall applies only to SA-410 with serial numbers listed on the SA-410 Shotgun Recall Webpage. If your SA-410 shotgun is listed, please do not load, fire, or use the firearm and contact Mossberg immediately to arrange to have your shotgun upgraded free of charge.

Here are instructions via Mossberg’s announcement:

Step 1 – Contact us at immediately by email at [email protected], or by calling +1

(203) 230-5300 (Monday through Friday, from 8:00AM to 4:30PM EST) and indicate you are calling regarding the “SA-410 Recall.” Alternatively, you can contact us or by mail at Mossberg International, Inc., P.O. Box 497, 7 Grasso Avenue, North Haven, CT 06473. Please make sure to include the serial number of your SA-410 Shotgun, which is located on the non-loading port side of the shotgun receiver.

Step 2 – After you contact us and we confirm that your SA-410 Shotgun is subject to this recall, we will mail you an upgraded trigger group that you can easily replace yourself. Alternatively, if you are uncomfortable with replacing the trigger group yourself, we will mail you a prepaid shipping label with instructions so that you can return your unloaded shotgun to us for an upgrade, free of charge. If you do choose to return your SA-410 Shotgun to us we will make every effort to return your SA-410 Shotgun to you as soon as possible.

If you have already sold or transferred your SA-410 Shotgun, we request that you please contact us by email at [email protected], or by calling +1 (203) 230-5300 (Monday through Friday, from 8:00AM to 4:30PM EST) and provide us with the name and contact information for the person or entity to whom you sold or transferred it so that we can notify them of this recall.

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