Remington Arms Model 700 Rifle Offici...

Remington Arms Model 700 Rifle Official Statement for CNBC

There are 6 comments on the www.ammoland.com story from Oct 20, 2010, titled Remington Arms Model 700 Rifle Official Statement for CNBC. In it, www.ammoland.com reports that:

CNBC reporter Scott Cohn appears to not know how to safely handle a firearm and he want to tell you the Remington model 700 rifles is unsafe..what?.

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RemingtonArms

Greensboro, NC

#1 Oct 24, 2010
For nearly fifty years, the Remington Model 700 rifle has been the preferred choice for millions of hunters, shooting sports enthusiasts and military and law enforcement personnel. For RemingtonĀ’s response to CNBC, visit www.Remington700.tv .
Wolverine

Cumberland, MD

#2 Oct 24, 2010
I own 3 Remington Model 700s. I have had no malfunctions of any kind with any of them. One, a 1966 Remington 700 ADL in .308, has had the bolt lock removed by a Remington authorized gunsmith pursuant to a recall notice. The recall stated that pre-1970 700s could possibly fire if the safety was disengaged.

Remington stands behind their products, & I would not hesitate to purchase another 700.
News Skeptic

Alachua, FL

#3 Oct 24, 2010
I watch CNBC daily for stock information, It was very obvious someone in a position of power ordered this attack story on one of Americas premier firearms manufacturers.

Remington Attacked By CNBC
http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx...
Seen It Before

Fishers, NY

#4 Oct 24, 2010
First problem with any of these accidental shootings comes from where the muzzle is pointed. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SHOOT IT.. DON'T POINT THE FIREARM AT IT!!! Firearm safety is the responsibility of the person holding the firearm. In my youth this was constantly taught and the point driven home with a good swift kick in the ass if you EVER handled a gun in an unsafe manner. This goes with always passing a gun to someone with the action open and other common sense methods of safety.
Wolverine

Cumberland, MD

#5 Oct 27, 2010
Wolverine wrote:
I own 3 Remington Model 700s. I have had no malfunctions of any kind with any of them. One, a 1966 Remington 700 ADL in .308, has had the bolt lock removed by a Remington authorized gunsmith pursuant to a recall notice. The recall stated that pre-1970 700s could possibly fire if the safety was disengaged.
Remington stands behind their products, & I would not hesitate to purchase another 700.
Bump
Ronny Jo

Saint Joseph, MO

#6 Oct 22, 2012
If you are looking for a Remington Model 700, check out http://www.outlawbidder.com/categories/view/5... . This is a great website where you can name your own price one penny at a time.

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