Remington Rifle Trigger Defect

If you own a Remington Model 700 Rifle, call us now at 732-532-2011!

If you own a a Remington Model 700 Rifle, you may be entitled to compensation by filing a class action suit and our lawyers can help.

It has been determined that The Remington Model 700 and a dozen other Remington rifles can fire – and maim and kill people – without someone actually pulling the trigger.

  • These rifles have killed or injured hundreds of people without any trigger pull. View Documents
  • Remington knew its trigger was defective for decades, but kept the documents proving that sealed.
  • Public Justice helped get the documents unsealed and is making them public here.
  • In a proposed national class action settlement, Remington has now agreed to replace the triggers for free in these rifles – Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715, and 770 – for any gun owner who files a claim.
  • All owners of these rifles should stop using them and file a claim to protect themselves, their family, friends and loved ones.
  • All owners of three other Remington rifles with these triggers – Models 600, 660, and XP-100 – should stop using them, get them repaired for free through Remington’s 1979 recalls of Models 600 and 660 and Model XP-100 rifles, and consider filing a claim for the compensation the proposed settlement provides.
  • All owners of three other Remington rifles with these triggers – Models 721, 722, and 725 – should stop using them, unless you get the defective trigger fixed, and consider filing a claim for the compensation the proposed settlement provides.

If you own a a Remington Model 700 Rifle, call us now at 732-532-2011 as you may be entitled to compensation by filing a class action suit and our lawyers can help.