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Remington to Settle Defective Trigger Lawsuit

The Houston-based legal firm that sued Remington, alleging some of the company’s bolt-action rifles contained defectively designed trigger mechanisms that could result in accidental discharges without a trigger pull, released a statement last week saying a court had granted preliminary approval to a proposed settlement agreement. The firearm models involved are the Remington Model 700, Seven, Sportsman 78, 673, 710, 715, 770, 600, 660, XP-100, 721, 722 and 725 rifles.

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Weatherby Recalls SA-08 28 Gauge Shotguns

Weatherby, Inc. has announced a product recall on certain SA-08 28-gauge shotguns made on March 11, 2013 and after. The shotguns affected have serial numbers from AN00001 through AN02802. Weatherby will fix your shotgun for free. Click this post to find out if your SA-08 is affected.

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Remington Model 887 Shotgun Recall

Remington has issued a recall effective immediately for the Model 887 pump-action shotgun manufactured from December 1, 2013 through November 24, 2014. Read this article on the Shooter’s Log for more information on the Remington recall and to see if your model 887 shotgun is affected.

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High Powered Headlines August 1, 2014

Massachusetts just will not quit. It has been a bad news week for gun owners in Massachusetts—already one of the strictest gun control states in the nation. Now a runner for Attorney General wants to mandate smart guns. In other news, the DOJ is ordered to release all documents related to Fast and Furious, while the women on The View defend their right to own guns. Read August 1, 2014’s top headlines that affect you—the legal gun owner in Cheaper Than Dirt’s The Shooter’s Log.