Please note that Remington, as a company, filed for bankruptcy. The Remington that’s left is just a brand that’s been sold to other companies, namely the firearms business to The Roundhill Group, and the Ammo Business to Vista Outdoors. Neither of these owners has anything to do with the settlement, or the bankruptcy estate, who is making the settlement offer. The Bankruptcy Estate is basically the dead shell of Remington, and is pretty much now controlled by lawyers. So don’t blame Roundhill or Vista, or anything else Remington if you’re unhappy with the settlement. The Remington that was being sued, and the Remington offering the settlement, is dead Remington, which doesn’t have anything to do with the companies that bought up the various assets in the bankruptcy.