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Safety Recall For Tisas 1911 Pistols In .45ACP & 10mm

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Tisas USA and SDS Imports have just announced a safety recall is in effect for five Tisas 1911 pistols chambered in .45 ACP and 10mm Auto. The announcement states that pistols within specific serial number ranges could potentially have the hammer follow the slide forward when chambering a round. You can read Tisas USA’s announcement below, and if you own one of the pistols covered under the recall, follow the link and the prompts to verify if you need to send your 1911 in for service.

Tisas 1911 Pistols Safety Recall

Image credit: Tisas USA

SAFETY RECALL NOTICE REGARDING TISAS 1911 PISTOLS

Tisas USA has recently learned of a potential safety issue with certain Tisas USA 1911 pistols. Tisas USA is voluntarily initiating a recall of these pistols to protect the safety of its customers due to the possibility of the hammer following the slide forward when chambering a round. While the chance of this occurring is extremely remote, and we are not aware of any injuries that have occurred because of this condition, Tisas USA is immediately implementing this recall of Tisas USA 1911 pistols.

If your model is listed below do not attempt to load or fire your Tisas USA pistol. Doing so could possibly lead to property damage or injury.

Tisas USA will upgrade any affected pistols in the order in which it is received for inspection and upgrade pursuant to this recall. Tisas USA will supply affected customers with a return shipping label and will cover any expenses related to the inspection and upgrade of the subject firearms.

  • 1911 Duty B45DG (Raider) – SKU 10100505 – UPC 723551442852
  • 1911 Duty Nightstalker 45 – SKU 10100512 – UPC 723551443293
  • 1911 Duty Nightstalker 10MM – SKU 10100537 – UPC 723551443972
  • 1911 Duty Enhanced – SKU 10100551 – UPC 723551443972
  • 1911 Republic of Texas – SKU 10100514 – UPC 723551442821

To see if your Tisas 1911 pistols are covered under the safety recall notice, click HERE. There is a two step process to verify if your pistol is within the affected serial number range.

Doug E

Doug E

Doug has been a firearms enthusiast since age 16 after getting to shoot with a friend. Since then he’s taken many others out to the range for their first time. He is a husband, father, grandfather, police officer, outdoorsman, artist and a student of history. Doug has been a TFB reader from the start and is happy to be a contributor of content. Doug can be reached at battleshipgrey61 AT gmail.com, or battleshipgrey61 on Instagram.

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