What You Should Do
If you own a Remington 700 or any of the other rifles with the defective triggers discussed in this website, Stop Using Them.
That alone could save your life or the lives of your family members, friends, or others.
If you own one or more Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715 or 770 rifles, Submit A Claim for each of the rifles to get the defective trigger replaced for free.
If you own one of more Remington 600, 660, or XP-100 rifles, get them repaired for free in the recalls Remington announced in 1979. To learn about the Model 600 and 660 recall, go here. To learn about the Model XP-100 recall, go here.
If you have any questions, we urge you to consult with the plaintiffs’ counsel in Pollard v. Remington Arms, who are listed here, and/or separate counsel. If you want to object to the proposed settlement or opt out of the class action, the court’s order required you to act by November 18, 2016. If you did not meet that deadline, you will have to seek permission from the court to object or opt out now.
To go to the official web site for the proposed class action settlement, click here: http://remingtonfirearmsclassactionsettlement.com/.
For more information on the settlement and how to submit a claim, here’s contact info: http://remingtonfirearmsclassactionsettlement.com/contact-us.
NOTE: Public Justice created this web site to provide public access to the Remington trigger defect documents and prevent as many deaths and injuries from these rifles as possible. This web site does not provide legal advice or create an attorney-client relationship between anyone and Public Justice.
Public Justice was not involved in negotiating the proposed settlement in Pollard v. Remington Arms. We believe strongly, however, that, to the extent that the proposed settlement leads to the replacement of the defective triggers in these rifles – or even stops these rifles from being used – it will have performed an important public service.
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