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Just got this from another site, worth heeding.
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FIOCCHI 9MM LUGER 115 GRAIN FMJ

Fiocchi of America, Inc. is recalling several lots of 9mm Luger, 115
grain FMJ ammunition that was imported from Fiocchi Munizioni, Italy.

Through extensive evaluation, Fiocchi Munizioni has determined that the
lots listed below may contain defective propellant. The propellant in
this ammunition may cause squib loads which could cause firearm damage,
and subject the shooter or bystanders to a risk of personal injury when
fired.

DO NOT USE FIOCCHI 9mm Luger, 115 grain, FMJ ammunition that has a lot
number listed below:

4509222
4510230
4510248
4510256
4511266
4509223
4510241
4510249
4510257
4511267
4509224
4510242
4510250
4510258
4511268
4509225
4510243
4510251
4510259
4511269
4509226
4510244
4510252
4510261
4511270
4509227
4510245
4510253
4511263
4511271
4509228
4510246
4510254
4511264
4511272
4509229
4510247
4510255
4511265
4511276

The ammunition Lot number is stamped inside the box tuck flap.

To determine if your ammunition is subject to this notice, review the
Lot Number. If the lot number matches any of the lot numbers listed
above, return the ammunition to Fiocchi of America via United Parcel
Service (UPS) or FED-EX Ground. Securely pack the ammunition into a
corrugated cardboard box, write ?CARTRIDGES, SMALL ARMS ORM-D? on the
outside, and ship to:

FIOCCHI OF AMERICA, Inc.
ATTN: Recall
6930 N. Fremont Road
Ozark, MO 65721

Replacement ammunition will be shipped to you. Please include a name,
address, phone number, and complete shipping address (we cannot ship to
post office boxes).

This notice applies only to Fiocchi 9mm, 115 grain FMJ from this list of
lot numbers. Other products or lot numbers are not subject to this
recall and should not be returned to Fiocchi.

If you have any questions concerning this Fiocchi 9mm ammunition recall,
please call toll-free 800-721-2666 or 800-595-6020, write to the above
address.

We apologize for this inconvenience.

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at our shop we have already sent back the affected ammo and traded our customers ammo out with a different brand... and have seen the results of the faulty ammo... bullets stuck in bores, on 2 occasions.. luckily no one was hurt or damaged guns..
 
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