Originally Posted by texaswoodworker
I've seen it, but who's to say that rifle was still up to factory specs? As said earlier if you adjust the trigger wrong, or let it get extremely dirty, it will not function properly and could even make the gun dangerous.
I had a Walker trigger malfunction. Put the safety from S to F and it went off, no contact with the trigger. 30-06, when you aren't ready for a 'boom' is very disheartening. Replaced trigger immediately after that one !
I don't care if it was dirty or not the design is flawed that's why Remington (finally) scrapped it. The 700 itself is as safe as any other modern rifle - as long as it doesn't have the Walker trigger