Product Warning & Recall Notice : Winchester 9mm Luger 115 Grain

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Recall Winchester 9mm Luger 115 Grain June2021
Recall Winchester 9mm Luger 115 Grain

USA – -( Olin Winchester, LLC is recalling the following lots of 9mm Luger 115 grain Full Metal Jacket and 115-grain Jacketed Hollow Point pistol ammunition.

Symbols: Q4172, RED9, USA9JHP, USA9MMVP, USA9W, WW9B

Lot Numbers:

SC03LD44, SC03LD45, SC03LD46, SC03LD47
SC13LD1, SC13LD6, SC13LD18, SC13LD44, SC13LD45, SC13LD46, SC13LD47
SC52LD44, SC52LD45, SC52LD46, SC52LD47
SC62LD44, SC62LD45, SC62LD46, SC62LD47
SC72LD44, SC72LD45, SC72LD46, SC72LD47
SC92LD44, SC92LD45, SC92LD46, SC92LD47
SD10LD1, SD10LD3, SD10LD6, SC10LD12, SD10LD18, SD10LD46, SD10LD47
SD50LD1, SD50LD3, SD50LD6, SD50LD11, SD50LD12, SD50LD18, SD50LD46, SD50LD47
SD60LD1, SD60LD3, SD60LD6, SD60LD11, SD60LD12, SD60LD18
SD70LD1, SD70LD3, SD70LD6, SD70LD11, SD70LD12, SD70LD18
SD80LD1, SD80LD3, SD80LD6, SD80LD11, SD80LD12, SD80LD18

The Symbol designations and locations of the Lot Numbers are depicted in the photographs above and below.

NOTE: If ammunition of the above Symbols was purchased before March 25, 2021, it is NOT subject to the recall.

Winchester has determined the above lots of 9mm Luger 115 FMJ and JHP ammunition may contain propellant that does not properly ignite and burn when the cartridge is fired. Ammunition containing propellant that does not properly ignite and burn may result in a bullet remaining in the barrel (i.e., a bullet-in-bore obstruction). Firing a subsequent bullet into the bore obstruction could cause firearm damage, rendering the firearm inoperable and subjecting the shooter and bystanders to a risk of serious personal injury.

DO NOT USE WINCHESTER® 9MM LUGER 115 FMJ / JHP OF THE ABOVE SYMBOLS THAT HAS ANY OF THE ABOVE LOT NUMBERS. The ammunition Lot Number is stamped on the cartons of the Symbols involved as indicated here:

Recall Winchester 9mm Luger 115 Grain June2021
Recall Winchester Asssorted 9mm Luger 115 Grain

To determine if your ammunition is subject to this notice, review the Symbol and Lot Number. If it is any of the above Symbols and Lot Numbers, immediately discontinue use and contact Winchester toll-free at 844-653-8358 for free UPS pick-up of the recalled ammunition. Upon receipt of your recalled ammunition, Winchester will ship replacement ammunition directly to you or issue you a reimbursement check.

This notice applies only to the above 9mm Luger 115 FMJ and JHP Symbols with the above Lot Numbers. Other Symbols or Lot Numbers are not subject to this recall.

If you have any questions concerning this 9mm Luger 115 FMJ / JHP pistol ammunition recall please call toll-free 844-653-8358, write to Winchester (600 Powder Mill Road, East Alton, IL 62024 Attn: 9mm Luger Recall), or visit our website at

We apologize for this inconvenience.

WINCHESTERWinchester Ammunition

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Winchester will ship replacement ammunition directly to you or issue you a reimbursement check.” ~ so if my purchase receipt for this recalled ammo shows I paid like a $1.00 a round, can I return for the refund? as I can buy the same ammo now at like $.50 ea?


On July 24th, 2020, I ordered (2) ammo cans (2000 rounds) of Winchester 124gr 9mm (through an Ammoland promo). Price was roughly 27 cents a round. Winchester, apparently, had no problem in offering and accepting the order. Today, I am waiting through my 5th delay, with a new delivery date of, ironically, July 24th, 2021 – exactly 1 full year later. So….it appears that my order, in a year’s time, has yet to bubble to the top of Winchester’s production schedule. Of course, while my 27 cent/round good-faith order remains unfilled by Winchester, I can buy their exact same ammo… Read more »


You must have ordered via Sportsmans Guide. Still waiting, also. I declined renewing my buyers’ club membership because of this.


It is sad that quality control at Winchester has been so sorry, for decades. In the late 1970’s, I wanted to buy a couple of boxes of their “FBI Load” .38 Spl 158gr LSWCHP +P ammo. Every box in my local police supply, instead of the clean, sharp-edged, ammo I had previously bought in this configuration, literally looked like it was made from slag metal. The mis-formed hollow point left doubt as to whether or not it would expand if needed for serious business. About ten years ago, I bought a 200 rd case (yeah, 200 rds is what Winchester… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by Grigori

Don’t get me started on their 22LR ammo…


Believe it or not, I cannot recall any personally experienced issues with their .22LR stuff. You opened that can of worms, go on and dump them on the table.


I bought some Winchester .22 ammo summer before last at Sportsman’s Warehouse and when I was shooting it the groups looked more like a shotgun pattern and one of the bullets I fired got stuck in the barrel of a 4-inch revolver. I haven’t bought Winchester .22s since. Obviously there is a serious lack of quality control at the Winchester ammo plant. Up until that time, Winchester and CCI were my “go to” rimfire ammo folks.

Last edited 1 year ago by JPM

That is good to know! Between Superman’s comment and yours, I will likely be avoiding a certain brand’s .22LR ammo. Once again, an ammo manufacturer with great ideas and cartridge loadings just seems to have never had acceptable QC. That is a crying shame.
Thanks for your input!


I have used Winchester XPERT 22lr, 36gr HP in semi auto ,revolver & a cheap Chinese 22 rifle for squirrels. From same gross order b4 plandemic. Few no fires in all guns. Some rounds just not usable at all. And in auto I can’t really blame ammo. I believe it’s a bad magazine design. Fireflies had this problem from my understanding. But I haven’t missed a squirrel because of it. lol But I didn’t mention how cheap it was. So for the price it’s performed well enough so far for ME. Would I like it to be better ? Of… Read more »

Last edited 1 year ago by Arny

I still have a couple of bricks of Winchester ammo left out of the case I purchased 15 years ago (.22 Power Point), that is some of the most accurate and reliable ammo I have ever shot, but sadly, the Winchester manufactured today, isn’t anything quality-wise, like the Winchester Power Point .22s I purchased 15 years ago.