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Remington asks judge to dismiss lawsuit over rifle

HELENA, Mont. AP Gun manufacturer Remington has asked a federal judge to dismiss a proposed classaction lawsuit by Montanans who bought a type of rifle that can reportedly misfire without the trigger being pulled.

Allen Bowker and Eric Huleatt filed their lawsuit in June on behalf of thousands of Montana residents who bought Remington Model 700 boltaction rifles. District Judge Dana Christensen to grant them classaction status for all Montana residents who purchased the rifle, claiming that Remington owes them for their economic loss for buying rifles with faulty trigger assemblies that make them worthless.

Bowker and Huleatt allege the manufacturers parent companies knew the trigger assembly was defective and did nothing to warn customers or fix the problem. Their productliability claim also alleges the manufacture breached the express and implied warranties of the rifle.

They are suing Remington Arms Co., Sporting Goods Properties Inc. DuPont de Nemours Inc., which owned all of Remingtons stock before 1993.

Excluded from the classaction lawsuit is anybody who was injured by the rifles misfiring.

Robert Carlson, attorney for the gun manufacturer, said in his court filing Monday that time had run out on the warranty claims for the two named plaintiffs, and this is only the latest of several claims filed recently.

Similar lawsuits have been dismissed in Oklahoma and Arkansas, Carlson said.

Several people filed lawsuits against Remington following a 2010 CNBC documentary about problems with the trigger assembly.

In one of the most recent, a federal judge in Montana ruled that the statute of limitations had expired on a lawsuit by Brad and Dianna Humphrey of Fairfield that claimed Brad Humphrey was paralyzed when his stepsons Remington Model 700 misfired in 1989.

The Humphreys said they found out about the problems with the boltaction rifle only after the documentary aired, but the judge dismissed their lawsuit in April. They are appealing.

Huleatt bought his rifle in 2000, and Bowker bought his in 2006. Implied warranty claims run out after four years, and expresswarranty claims run out after two years, Carlson said.

In addition, Huleatt never alleges that his own rifle actually misfired, he said. No Montana court has ever recognized a liability for a defect that has not manifested itself, Carlson said.