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Remington Responds to CNBC Safety Allegations

Remington has created an official website in response to the documentary challenging the safety of the 700 series rifle.


Remington Arms Co. is responding to allegations made in the CNBC documentary “Remington Under Fire” that challenge the safety of its 700 series rifle. The hour-long program, which aired Oct. 20, maintained the company failed to act to correct alleged trigger malfunctions.

The company has established a website whereby viewers can watch point-by-point results of Remington’s investigation into the claims alleged in the piece.

"For nearly 50 years, the Remington Model 700 rifle has been the preferred choice for millions of hunters, shooting sports enthusiasts and military and law enforcement personnel," said Remington officials. 


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2 Responses to Remington Responds to CNBC Safety Allegations

Jack W Maskil wrote:
November 19, 2010

Elections are over, so they move to the next victim they chose, Remember the little girl who cried wolf.CNBC

stan whiting wrote:
October 28, 2010

i own a 700 rem.and put many hundreds rounds through it and it only fired when i pulled the trigger.cnbc should go and haunt another house, it's not working here !!!!