What Remington rifles are being recalled?
Remington Arms Company, LLC (“Remington”) is voluntarily recalling Remington Model 700™ and Model Seven™ rifles which were manufactured from May 1, 2006 through April 9, 2014 and which have an X-Mark Pro® (“XMP®”) trigger. Rifles manufactured after April 9, 2014 are not subject to recall.
When did Remington start using X Mark Pro trigger?
In 2007 Remington introduced the X-Mark Pro Trigger system. This new design utilized modern technology and manufacturing procedures to what Remington advertised as “unmatched out-of-the-box accuracy”.
What is wrong with Remington?
Several gun owners have complained that their Remington rifles are still malfunctioning even after being repaired under a landmark class action settlement. The settlement involves Remington’s iconic Model 700 rifle and others with an alleged defect that allows it to fire without the trigger being pulled.
Is there a trigger issue on the Remington 700?
The trigger issue was a common occurrence in the Remington 700 manufactured between May 1st of 2006, and April 9th of 2014. These models feature the X-Mark Pro trigger. Remington has publicly admitted those models have a trigger malfunction that could cause accidental shoots without even touching the trigger.
How does Remington choose which models to fix?
Once Remington caught wind of what was happening with the triggers of their 700 Remington models, they started to act quickly. They proceeded to set up a page where buyers can send information about their rifles and check if they’re eligible for a retrofit. So, how does Remington choose which models to fix?
How can I tell what trigger my rifle has?
One method to know which trigger your rifle has is to take a close look at it, simple as that. Walker triggers have grooves over it, while X-Mark Pro triggers are smoother than the other. How do They Do It?