Any Remington rifle owners?

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Old 10-19-16, 02:10 AM
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Any Remington rifle owners?

I'm sure most people that have one of the possibly affected models already knows...but can't hurt to post again.

Remington Trigger Class Action Settlement
 
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Old 10-19-16, 03:39 AM
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Nothing in that era, but I do have a model 4 in 30.06 with a 3-12 x 56 IR scope. Very nice shooter.

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Old 10-19-16, 03:41 AM
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My son has a model 700... Thanks we were not aware of this
 
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I have one but have been on the fence whether or not to send it in. I don't know how the new trigger will compare with the old.
 
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My 700 is much older and AFAIK doesn't contain any "bonding agent". WTH is that--a super-glued trigger?
 
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Isn't it odd that the website with info & claims forms for a class action settlement should be put up by Remington & it's lawyers? I thought these things were handled by the plaintiff. Maybe it doesn't matter who does the paperwork as long as the lawyers all get their $$.
 
 

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