Walther CCP Pistols Important Safety Recall

Walther CCP Concealed Carry Pistol
Walther CCP Pistols Important Safety Recall
Walther Arms
Walther Arms

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Walther Arms has identified a potential condition in Walther CCP Pistols that could potentially cause it to discharge if dropped whether the manual safety is engaged (on) or disengaged (off).

The safety of our customers is our paramount concern so we have voluntarily initiated this recall because of the possibility of a drop-fire occurring.

If you own a CCP, please do not load or fire your Walther CCP pistol and contact us immediately to arrange to have your pistol upgraded free of charge, using the following steps:

Walther CCP Pistol Serial Number Location
Walther CCP Pistol Serial Number Location
  • Step 1 – Contact us at 1-866-503-3389 (M-F / 8:00AM to 5:PM CST), email ([email protected]) or online (www.waltherarms.com/ccp-recall) and provide the serial number of your pistol.
  • Step 2 – After contacting us, we will send you shipping instructions so that you can return your unloaded pistol to us, free of charge via FedEx. The medium FedEx carton will fit factory CCP case.
  • Step 3 – We will upgrade and return your pistol to you free of charge. We will make every effort to complete the upgrade and return your pistol to you as soon as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, and to thank you for your patience and cooperation.

We greatly appreciate your loyalty to Walther products.

Upgraded pistols will have a dot milled into the back side of the magazine opening.

Upgraded Walther CCP Pistol Markings
Upgraded Walther CCP Pistol Markings

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  • 6 thoughts on “Walther CCP Pistols Important Safety Recall

    1. Bought my ccp 2 months ago. Took it to range 3 times. After 25-30 rounds, I experienced about every type of failure. I thoroughly cleaned it and tried twice more with winchester and remington rounds. The gun was better, but still began to fail regularly after 35-40 rds. Sent back to Walther 5 wks ago. No contact from them, so I called, They said they were also doing the recall. How can I give this gun to my wife as a concealed carry? After repair, I will be trading it.

    2. Greetings.
      l just purchased my brand new walther two tone ccp 9mm pistol.
      Beautiful gun and couldnt wait to take it home.
      once home l held it in my hand and just like at the gun shop, it felt good.
      so i wanted to see how easy it was to cock back.
      all with ease.
      then i dry fired it for the first time and it broke in my hands.
      The firing pin and spring shot out from the back of the gun and wont stay back in.
      wow.
      very diappointed that l had the CCP for two minutes and its broke.
      gun shop already told me on the way out of the store that there is no refunds.
      furtermore, lm hearing a recall on the new ccp.
      bought this for my wife and three year old son because l work very late into the early morning hours.
      postal script:
      my email does not work anymore.
      please text me at 505-354-9383.
      Yours Truely,
      Andrew Begay.

    3. I thoroughly enjoy my Walther CCP, once I found the right ammo for it that is. Out of 15 different types of ammo 5 produced failures repeatedly. One of the failures was the trigger not being reset when cycling, yet the slide retracted far enough to grab the next round and it was chambered. This effectively left the trigger useless, but also left the firing pin resting on the primer. I was able to reproduce this by manually racking the slide rearward just far enough to clear the magazine. There is about an 1/8 inch more travel required to reset the trigger. I have to wonder if this is the reason of the recall.

      With that said I’ll be sending in my CCP for the fix and look forward to returning to it’s daily carry role.

    4. I became very interested in this pistol last year in thinking of getting a single stack nine. The more I researched it the more problematic it revealed itself to be. A significant number of these pistols had problems. More than usual for any pistol. I backed off after finding this out. When they work they apparently work great. Now this!

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