Pirate Pistol Recalled for Excessive Lead
A voluntary recall of the product Captain Cutlass Toy Pirate Pistols was issued by request of the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission due to surface paints on the toys containing excessive levels of lead. Consumers are urged to immediately stop use of product unless otherwise instructed.
About the Recall
- About 6,970 units are being recalled and consumers should take immediate precaution when in possession of this product with children.
- Consumers are urged to take the pistols away from children and contact Dillon Importing for instructions on receiving a full refund.
- The Pirate Pistol was manufactured in Ko Lik Manufacturing Ltd., of Hong Kong, China and imported through Dillon Importing Co., of Oklahoma City. No injuries were reported to date.
Description of the Pirate Pistol Product
The Captain Cutlass Toy Pirate Pistol has a brown plastic clasp, a black metal stock and barrel, and a muzzle with an orange cap. The double-barreled toy pistol has one trigger and two hammers. A skull and crossbones motif is etched on the clasp.
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