Smith is expected to release a preliminary opinion on the proposed settlement in coming weeks.
U.S. District Judge Ortrie Smith this week raised questions with attorneys for Remington over the way the gun maker intends to correct alleged safety issues with its long-used Walker trigger.
According to reports from CNBC, Smith asked if company’s strategy to correct up to eight million firearms, most notably the Model 700 bolt-action rifle, included proposed buy-backs.
“If the guns are defective, why are they still out there?” Smith asked in court this week.
The rifles have been alleged to be defective due to a trigger design that allows …read more
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