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October Mountain Products Recalls Hanging Bow Scales Due to Impact and Laceration Hazards

  • Recalled OMP M-100 digital hanging bow scale
  • Broken mounting ring from the recalled OMP M-100 digital hanging bow scale.
Name of Product:
Hanging bow scales
Hazard:

The mounting ring on the hanging bow scales can break during use, posing impact and laceration hazards to the user.

Remedy:
Refund
Recall Date:
June 23, 2016
Units:
About 640
Consumer Contact

October Mountain Products (OMP) at 800-366-4269 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, via email at Info@OctoberMountain.com or online at www.OctoberMountain.com and click on the Support/Recall tab for more information.

Recall Details

Remedy:

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled hanging bow scales and contact October Mountain Products to receive a full refund.

Incidents/Injuries:

The firm has received four reports of the mounting ring on the scale breaking, including one report of a laceration to the hand that required stitches.

Sold At

Academy, Gander Mountain, Gun World & Archery Shop, Scheel’s and other sporting goods stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Eder’s, OctoberMountainProducts.com, and other online retailers from November 2015 through March 2016 for about $30

Manufactured In:
China
Importer(s):

Kinsey’s Inc., d/b/a October Mountain Products, Inc., of Mount Joy, Pa.

Distributor(s):

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Kinsey’s Inc., d/b/a October Mountain Products, Inc., of Mount Joy, Pa.

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Recall number:
16-203
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