I have a 700 (.243 cal) purchased around 1980 and have recently had two instances of the rifle firing off when I push the safety forward. First time was at the range and the rifle was pointed downrange. However, the second time was in my workshop. Fortunately, it is a brick structure and (extremely fortunately) there was no penetration. These triggers are known to be faulty and I question whether or not to have a gunsmith rework the Remington trigger or simply replace it with a Timney. I'm not sure I would trust the original trigger assembly regardless of what the gunsmith could do to repair or rebuild. Remington is supposedly aware of this problem since CBS did a documentary on it some years ago. Any advice muchly appreciated.