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Smith & Wesson has issued a recall for its M&P12 shotguns. Those shotguns being recalled were made prior to October 15th, 2021. Smith & Wesson is asking owners of these shotguns to return them to Smith & Wesson so they can inspect them and repair them if necessary.

From Smith & Wesson:

Smith & Wesson has received two field reports of cracked barrels involving the M&P12 Shotgun. To ensure that all of our Shotguns meet Smith & Wesson’s high standards for quality, we are implementing this Safety Recall of all Shotguns manufactured prior to October 15, 2021, to ensure there are no surface anomalies or conditions that might adversely affect the safety, function or performance of these Shotguns.

Please STOP USING your M&P12 Shotgun until it has been inspected and, if necessary, repaired by
Smith & Wesson.

Smith & Wesson has asked that those who need to return their guns go here.

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Eric T Washington
Eric T Washington
1 month ago

They should stick to making handguns. The same thing happened back in 1975 when they made the EastField 12 ga 18″ barrel riot shotgun. There were two models,I think it was the Eastfield model B. I have a eastfield 12ga model riot gun 18″ barrel, but it was not on their recall list and it still works great.

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