Hello All, I just finished watching the CNBC show regarding the Remington 700 rifle misfire issue and was curious what people think. It seemed like a fairly balanced discussion of the problems with the rifle misfiring and the injuries and deaths resulting from the problem. While it is the ultimate responsibility of everyone to handle a firearm properly and safely, we do rely on the equipment to function properly and to be designed well enough to prevent accidental misfiring. I don't own or have ever owned a Remington 700, and this is the first I have heard of this problem, but it does seem like Remington did not take responsibility for the flawed trigger design, and kicked the can further down the road, which unfortunately seems to be standard business practice these days for every company, resulting in unnecessary and preventable deaths. The show stated that they could have redesigned the trigger mechanism on all new rifles years ago for an additional 6 cents that would have made the trigger reliable and safe, and didn't. Meanwhile they have paid out 10's of millions in settlements to families of people injured and killed by rifles misfiring when the bolt was closed and the safety off, no finger on the trigger. I will defiantly inspect my deer rifle more closely from now on. On a side note, I find the timing of the airing of this episode, combined with some recent articles on the buyout of Remington by Cerberus capital investing group, to be more than coincidental, and wonder what the motives are behind the scenes. I'm curious what others think after they watch the episode. Be well.