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NBC Goes After Remington, Remington Responds to Its 'Anti-Gun Agenda'

Larry113 Wrote: Apr 24, 2012 1:22 PM
I reread this trying to understand what the supposed flaw was. If their was a single incident of an accidental discharge and is not repeatable or occuring in more than one 870 at is not a design flaw. I would question the care and cleaning of the individual gun. If the flaw really exists then the curcimstances for it to occur could be recreated and a discharge should occur. I'd like to ask NBC's "Expert" to DEMONSTRATE not just talk about the flaw.

The gun manufacturing company Remington is standing strong against NBC, which has been going after the manufacturer for what it deems a flaw that allows the gun to be fired without the trigger being pulled. Despite the fact that Remington and the plaintiff came to an agreement, NBC kept on pressing and indicated Remington has been hiding the truth for years.

Remington's statement is a strong response to what it indicates is much more than a concern about gun safety:

"NBC continues to attack Remington and the firearms industry through sensational and factually inaccurate reporting. On April...