Class Eligibility

Members of this settlement include individuals who have owned a own a Remington firearm that has a trigger mechanism that is made with a component called a “trigger connector” and some models that are made with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism, including:

  • Current owners of Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715, 770, 600, 660, XP-100, 721, 722, and 725 firearms containing a Remington trigger mechanism that utilizes a trigger connector
  • Current owners of Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles containing an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014 who did not participate in the voluntary X-Mark Pro product recall prior to April 14, 2015
  • Current and former owners of Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles who replaced at their own cost their rifle’s original Walker trigger mechanism with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism

Estimated Amount

Voucher or repair

  • You can have the trigger mechanism retrofitted with a new X-Mark Pro or another connectorless trigger mechanism.
  • Or you can get a voucher code that is redeemable at Remington’s online store to purchase additional Remington products.
  • You may also obtain a refund if they already paid to have the trigger mechanism replaced with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism.
  • In addition to the benefit selected by the claimant he or she will also receive a DVD intended to provide education about firearm safety practices

Proof of Purchase

No

Case Name

Ian Pollard v. Remington Arms Company, LLC
Case No. 4:13-cv-00086-ODS
District Court for the Western District of Missouri, Western Division

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleges certain Remington rifles had trigger defects that resulted in discharges

The settlement applies to the following guns: Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715, 770, 600, 660, XP-100, 721, 722, and 725 firearms that contain a trigger mechanism that uses a trigger connector.

Additionally current and former owners of Model 700 and Model Seven rifles who had their rifle’s original Walker trigger mechanism replaced with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism may also benefit from this class action settlement.

The defendant fully denies all wrongdoing but has agreed to settle to avoid the costs and uncertainty associated with lengthy litigation.

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

07/01/2017

Contact

Angeion Group Attn: Remington Claims
Suite 660, 1801 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
1-800-876-5940
remington@angeiongroup.com

23 responses to “Remington Rifle Defective Trigger Class Action Settlement”

  1. amy timms says:

    I purchased a Remington model 721 and the trigger was stuck would fire when needed, so I sold it to a gun store due to we used for hunting and it would freeze and we did not know when it would fire’

  2. heather grantt says:

    Had to get rid of mine.

  3. Tabatha Livingston says:

    I got a Remington but it was bought for my Dad in 1986…These are not the ones I hope.

    • KURT BARHYDT says:

      better call remington and give them your serial # if you still own gun. my model 700 was manuf in 1962 and has the old walker stye trigger assembly in it. so any rifle manufactured before april 2015 has the bad triggers in them. walker triggers are in rifles manuf before april 2006. better wait till court awards settlement, then remington has to fix for free.

  4. Matthew Colabella says:

    i’ve owned a remington 700 and it had accidentally went off before. reason i got rid of it.

  5. Daniel Mcgraw says:

    I got rid of mine after all of the news reports came out. I had a 700… It was a damn good gun but I started to fear taking it in to the woods after so many reports came out. But the one that made me trade it in was watching it on the SPEC. OPS training video.

    • KURT BARHYDT says:

      should have kept it and let remington replace it for free. i’m keeping mine but not using it till they replace the old walker trigger for free.

  6. Raymond Chappell says:

    I own a model 700. Replaced the trigger with a Timney Trigger after several miss firings. I saved the old trigger and the cost of the new trigger. Can I be reimbursed for my cost?

    ADMIN – Hi Raymond,

    From what I see model 700 is included in the settlement and you can get a refund for a trigger replacement if you replaced the trigger with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism.

    • KURT BARHYDT says:

      i don’t believe you had to replace the old walker or old x mark pro trigger with the new x mark pro one. any cost incured from any type trigger replacement is covered. check with remington to be sure.

  7. Ryan Hulett says:

    I own a 700 and replaced the trigger with an X-Mark. It was very finicky when it would fire, so I did my research on cause and replaced the trigger assembly. It is my favorite long gun but damn scary when I first got it!

    ADMIN – Hi Ryan,

    Submit your claim for your refund on trigger replacement.

  8. patrick flanigan says:

    I do not have a printer. Is there some way I can fill out a claim form via e-mail? Last night on tv was the first I heard of trigger problems. I have a 700 30-06,870 12ga.,870 20ga.,742 30-06, and 7400 30-06.Do the all of these remingtons have trigger problems.

    ADMIN – Hi Patrick,

    Go to your public library and print your form.

    • KURT BARHYDT says:

      the model 700, model seven, model sportsmen 78, model 673,600,721,722,725. no shotguns. just certain rifles. your model 742 and 7400 not included. don’t think they have the x mark pro triggers. you can go to web site remingtonfirearmsclassactionsettlement.com and there they have the claim form you can fill out and sen electronically right from site. just filed mine. was told they take forms up until august 2018.

      ADMIN – Hi Kurt,

      Thanks for supporting fellow gun owners. Your comments have proven to be super useful.

  9. Derek Eftink says:

    My Remington SPS Tactical first fired on its own when going from Saftey to Fire without any trigger manipulation. I was dry firing on the floor and had a big WTF moment like did that really just happen? I did replicate it about 2-3 more times while dry firing in the living room. Many months past and thousands of rounds and never an issue, until I stepped out into the cold for a hunt. I switched from saftey to fire and BAM the gun went off as it lay across my lap. I threw that peice of shit down and should have never picked it back up.

  10. Rob says:

    I have three Remington Model 700 rifles I bought new from a Remington Factory Rep about 1974-75. I understand there are at least two (and perhaps three) versions of triggers that were installed by Remington..the Walker Trigger and its replacement the X-Mark Pro. Everything I find on this subject refers to subject units manufactured between 2006 and 2014.

    Question: Was there a subject trigger in Remington Model 700 rifles PRIOR to the Walker Trigger and X-Mark Pro designs that is Not Involved in subject issues-suits?

    ADMIN – Hi Rob,
    I am not a weaponry expert but based on the way the settlement describes the rifles involved I have the feeling there might have been some 700 rifles not involved in the settlement. I encourage you to visit forums related to arms to find out what other users are saying. In the interim I will contact the admin with your question to see if we can get additional direction.

  11. KURT BARHYDT says:

    i have a model 700 manufactured in 1962. it has the old walker trigger in it. not using it until remington is court ordered to recall and fix for free with newest version x mark pro trigger. the new pro trigger was installed in guns after april 2014. not sure how far back remington rifles go when they started using the walker trigger. to my knowledge its rifles with the old walker or the xmark pro fom april 2006 till april 2014.

  12. KURT BARHYDT says:

    if your guns are manufactured in 74-75 they have the walker style trigger and should be replaced under the recall with the new x mark pro.

  13. dan martin says:

    model 700 with that should have been replaced under recall

  14. Shantesia Glass says:

    Model 700 don’t need to be made ever

  15. Jim Poole says:

    I have a model 700 purchased in the mid 90’s–it is chambered for a 7mm weatherby with a ribbed trigger–
    Is this included in the recall?

    ADMIN -Hi Jim,

    Current owners of Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715, 770, 600, 660, XP-100, 721, 722, and 725 firearms containing a Remington trigger mechanism that utilizes a trigger connector
    Current owners of Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles containing an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014 who did not participate in the voluntary X-Mark Pro product recall prior to April 14, 2015
    Current and former owners of Remington Model 700 and Model Seven rifles who replaced at their own cost their rifle’s original Walker trigger mechanism with an X-Mark Pro trigger mechanism

  16. Michael reicheneker jr says:

    purchased a Remington model 721 and the trigger was stuck would fire every 5 squeezes, had to said it and got nothing for it

  17. Chris says:

    I own a 700 with an old style trigger but have never had an issue because I take care of my firearms. The issues is due to buildup behind the trigger. Do you guys not clean your guns? Shameful…

  18. John m Keckler says:

    I have a 7 mag is this in this ? Bought it in 2008 ?

    ADMIN – Hi John,

    Deadline has passed you no longer have legal recourse.

  19. George Lynch says:

    I own a Remington model 10-22 and the trigger is defective. It would malfunction almost every time I went to the range. I had to order a replacement trigger kit, which I did. I would like to be reimbursed for this cost or look into getting this model added to this class action lawsuit. I bought a newer 10-22 Takedown and have not had any issues, which confirms to me that the trigger on my older model was defective. I am a big Remington fan and own multiple 870’s, a 7400 and a 742 which all have no trigger issues.
    You can contact me at 443-359-1579 George Lynch
    Thank you

    ADMIN – Hi George,

    Your best bet is to contact a class action attorney to see if there is potential for a new class action lawsuit.

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