It's interesting to read different peoples' attacks on Remington -- particularly with respect to the Model 700 rifle. If they have always been so junky, why are they the biggest selling centerfire sporting rifles of all time? Comparable Savage, Ruger, Marlin, High Standard, etc. have always been less expensive than Remington, yet even in fairly recent years Remington has consistently out sold them. Why is that? The same question could also be applied to the Model 870 shotgun that now many feel compelled to also attack. I also wonder what Remington's actual exposure is with this widely reported settlement? Now that we know it's not a recall of nearly 8M rifles, that it won't cost a billion dollars or ruin Remington, what will it actually do? I wonder about how much is covered by insurance? I wonder how long the rework/replacement will be available and for roughly how many rifles? Like the M3200 shotgun, it likely won't be forever. I also wonder if DuPont (past owner of Remington) shares in the liability? I do wonder how much history on this matter was disclosed when Remington changed hands? I wish there was more discussion on matters like this.