Remington triggers have to be kept "spotless", don't keep them spotless and you are asking for trouble!
I have 700's going all the way back to the 1970's, and I've yet to have one cause any problems at all, in any way!
Second problem with them is, folks doing "trigger jobs" on them and set the sear too light or make other modifications to the trigger. I've seen that quite a few times too.
Lincolns legacy is, he freed the slaves
Obama's legacy will be, he freed the terrorist!