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Montana dad wants Remington to fix its fatal trigger flaw

A father from Gallatin Valley wants Remington to correct a trigger flaw that led to the death of his son 17 years ago. The man warned viewers in a recent television interview that more people will die this year, as they do every year, because of the defective trigger device built into the Remington Model 700.

What's wrong with the Remington Model 700 Series?

If you were a gun manufacturer, and you were building and selling a rifle since 1948 that had a reputation for firing without pulling the trigger, wouldn't you take it off the market and fix the design? This is the story behind the Remington Model 700 series bolt action rifle, which has caused numerous injuries and deaths since its manufacture.

Even toy guns are dangerous: Doctors reveal Nerf gun risks

A report published by the BMJ medical journal reveals the risks associated with toy guns, especially Nerf guns. These popular toys shoot soft projectiles. Upon examining the projectiles, one might assume that they're safe because of how soft they are. However, when a child's eye is hit the wrong way, such projectile can pose serious health risks for the eyes.

Will the hospital report my gunshot wound to the police?

If you or a loved one suffered a gunshot wound, you should report the incident to the police as soon as possible. However, your priority should be to get medical care. By calling 911, both emergency medical responders and law enforcement will likely be dispatched to the scene of the accident.

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