Henry H015 single-shot rifles, shotguns recalled

by Jeff Helsdon | August 7, 2020
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Henry Repeating Arms has issued a recall of all H015 single-shot rifles and shotguns manufactured prior to July 1, 2020.

The American manufacturer issued the voluntary recall due to a potential safety hazard that could result in the gun being discharged if the hammer is partially cocked and released.

It covers both the single-shot rifle and shotgun models, and although only part of the guns have an issue, all have been recalled. 

Defect located while testing

A company release stated the defect was located while testing for a possible trigger upgrade in new models. Henry is advising owners to return the guns to Grech Outdoors Inc. in Canada for a free upgrade, and not to use the guns prior to the upgrade. 

This is the first recall in the 25-year history of Henry Repeating Arms. 

Contact Grech Outdoors here or by calling 519-509-4867.

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