Remington's older trigger has caused some issues, usually when someone dinks around with it. I recall a dealer telling me they have something like 17million dollars worth of lawsuits over it, all told. Nothing wrong with it, exactly, except when someone who doesn't know what they're doing messes around with them, and adjusts the sear engagement too light.
I've seen it, and done it, myself
but always kept the rifle pointed in a safe direction, so no harm was done. It makes me leery of them a bit, but re-adjusting the sear engagement usually fixes the problem.
Lawyers have a keen sense of smell, though, and they can smell money to be made, in the unlikeliest places, so they've really made up some good lawsuits out of those triggers. The new X Pro trigger was an attempt to deflect some of those lawsuits. I think they are bogus, but I'm one of those folks who don't believe in suing someone when I DO something stupid.
The 700s just don't feel right to me, so I don't use them any more. I've owned a few, but they just didn't float the boat for me. Nothing against them at all, I just don't like the way they feel, so I found something different, the older Ruger 77s, and now, Winchester 70s, among others. My main beef is the short bolt handle, and the pistol grip is too tight for comfort, and I really don't like the plastic finishes on the old BDL stocks (I like the newer CDL stocks okay). They're good rifles, all of them, but they just aren't my choice today.