February 12, 2020
By RifleShooter Digital Staff
Daniel Defense had previously issued a Safety Notification Replacement Campaign on October 8, 2019 related to a condition identified with the firing pin cross pin in DELTA 5 Bolt-Action Rifles manufactured before September 20, 2019. More specifically, the firing pin cross pin can break under normal usage.
Daniel Defense asks that consumers take the Safety Notification Replacement Campaign seriously and immediately check to see if their DELTA 5 Rifle falls under this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign. If a DELTA 5 Rifle falls under this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign, immediately discontinue use of the DELTA 5 rifle, point the DELTA 5 rifle in a safe direction, activate the safety selector lever, check and verify the DELTA 5 rifle is unloaded and that the chamber is empty, if it is not, remove any chambered round, remove the magazine and the bolt assembly and follow the bolt assembly return instructions below.
The firing pin cross pin is located within the DELTA 5 bolt assembly and holds the firing pin and cocking piece together in the striker assembly. The firing pin cross pin can break allowing the firing pin to move freely within the bolt assembly. It is possible that an unintentional firearm discharge may occur.
Daniel Defense will correct any and all potential conditions at no cost to the consumer as part of its 100 percent Satisfaction Guarantee.
To determine if a DELTA 5 rifle falls within the scope of this Safety Notification Replacement Campaign, consumers should go to www.danieldefense.com/safety or call (866) 554-GUNS.