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Has a stellar career but ...

... that doesn't mean it's perfect. According to Remington internal documents, in 1948 before the gun went on the market, Mike Walker, the trigger's designer, proposed a design change to prevent the trigger's internal parts from falling out of alignment. Remington decided not to make that change. Wihout near-perfect maintenence, tiny amounts of debris can cause a problem with the mechanism.

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