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11-87 L/HSafety

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tudurgs, Apr 30, 2012.

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  1. tudurgs

    tudurgs TS Member

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    Is there a video or instruction sheet for converting an 11-87 (or 1100) trigger group to a left hand safety? Thanks.

    John
  2. Oregunner

    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    You need a new button. see link. Mark
  3. tudurgs

    tudurgs TS Member

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    I already have a L/H trigger group which has gone bad. Hoping to be able to cannibalize the present one and modify a R/H trigger group. It appears that L/H 11-87 trigger groups are no longer available from Big Green.

    John
  4. Oregunner

    Oregunner Well-Known Member

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    Have you called Remington? They list one on their parts list. part# F110107 11-87 trigger assembly, LH eject, left hand safety. $99.00
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    tudurgs TS Member

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    Thanks. Saw that. They say it's not in stock. I suspect they have stopped making L/H 11/87's
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    FYI - I had Remington switch my 11-87 safety to work left handed. Fellow did it at the Grand three years ago and it took about 5 minutes. Ted
  7. wolfram

    wolfram Active Member

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    There is a lot more involved in converting a RH trigger group to work in a LH gun that changing the safety button. You didn't really say what was wrong with the existing LH trigger group but I think you will be money and time ahead just rebuilding the LH tigger group. Some of the parts in a RH trigger group can be used but not all. You should be able to get what you need from Brownells.

    The Fortmann conversion button is a good product and is very useful in converting RH guns - I have used this conversion on several of my Remington shotguns.
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