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Thread: Recall - Remington 700 and model 7 with X Mark pro trigger

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    Recall - Remington 700 and model 7 with X Mark pro trigger

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    "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. All product manufactured after April 9, 2014 is not subject to recall" to enter your serial no. To check if your rifle is affected.
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    Interesting especially as regards the change of importer in the U.K. fairly recently, who will be dealing with this here?
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    yeah very interesting

    i've got two of my 700's affected by this recall

    time to contact importers to see whats happening


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    My 243 and 308 are both on the affected list. I have called and spoken to the gunsmith I bought them from (both used) and he had done trigger jobs on both which included a full strip and rebuild during the pre sales service and says therefore my rifles will be fine.

    Any thoughts? I'm inclined to just carry on using them, the recall suggests the triggers will be stripped, cleaned, inspected and rebuilt which mine have had during the trigger job. I assume if I did send them off they would come back with a 'standard' trigger and not the improved I have now.


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    From what I can gather they will strip, clean off the excessive sealer and rebuild. So you should get the same trigger back but probably set at the factory settings not the ones you have your trigger currently set at. If I had had a trigger job done I wouldn't bother sending it back


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    Remington recall

    i wish it was them all. sadly not .

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    Mine's one of those on the recall, I'm just going to chop it in for something. I've done with Remmy.

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    Just what are they talking about here,.. "Excess bonding agent" never saw any on mine, when I broke it down for a clean last year, are they blowing smoke up the proverbial here? Is there some more mechanical issue?
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    Aye, sounds like flim flam to me too, the trigger assembly was supposedly re-designed in response to accidental discharges, like the one in the above video. So it looks like this revision is just as bad!

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