Daniel Defense has issued a recall that includes Daniel Defense firearms manufactured between April 1, 2016 and March 3, 2017. If you believe that you own a firearm that is affected by the recall, please refrain from calling them and use the serial number check on their website, the link is posted below.
The safety concern stems from a few cases of a double-fire when the trigger is pulled for a single shot. There have not been wide reports of disconnectors failing, but you should still check your firearm’s serial number. If you own an affected rifle, Daniel Defense asks that you stop using the rifle immediately and follow the instructions on the safety site posted above.
Daniel Defense states in the recall notification that they have a commitment to a high level of quality as well as ensuring the shooter’s safety. The repairs to the affected firearms will be performed at no cost to the owner as part of their 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Again, please do not call Daniel Defense about the recall, instead visit the website posted above to check your firearm’s serial number. If your rifle falls into the serial number range affected, do not use the firearm and follow Daniel Defense’s instructions to have your rifle repaired.