The company asks that shooters do not attempt to diagnose or repair recalled rifles.
If the face of your trigger is ribbed, your rifle does not have an XMP trigger and is NOT subject to this recall.
Remington admits those guns may have a manufacturing defect that could cause them to fire without a trigger pull, and is offering to retrofit them with a new X-Mark Pro trigger.
If you are unsure when your gun was manufactured, Remington has set up a website where you can enter your gun's serial number.
The Remington Model 95 is a double-barrel pocket pistol commonly recognized as a derringer.
That applies to Model 700 and Model Seven rifles manufactured between May 1, 2006, and April 9, 2014, and equipped with an X-Mark Pro trigger.The rarest is the one chambered in .223 Remington; only 227 were produced—most in the final year of production.Before it was officially added to the line, you could order a Model 600 out of the custom gun shop in .223.In 1999 Shooting Times magazine named the Model 70 the "Bolt-action Rifle of the Century".according to Remington representatives records indicate that it actually ended in 1968.If the face of the trigger is smooth, your rifle has an XMP trigger and IS subject to this recall. Remington has determined that some Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with XMP triggers could, under certain circumstances, unintentionally discharge.A Remington investigation has determined that some XMP triggers might have excess bonding agent used in the assembly process.A settlement covering 7.5 million guns and 13 different models produced since 1948 is bound to be complex.But some have argued in court that Remington's trigger replacement program for its popular bolt-action firearms is needlessly complicated and confusing.The Model 70 was originally manufactured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Company between 19.From the early 1980s until 2006, Winchester rifles were manufactured by U. Repeating Arms under an agreement with Olin Corporation, allowing USRA to use the Winchester name and logo.