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F/S Remington 870 Trigger Assembly

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by chaz1951, Dec 9, 2010.

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  1. chaz1951

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    For Sale Remington 870 Stock Trigger Assembly. I bought a Wingmaster several years ago, and replaced the trigger assembly with a Timney. I don't believe I used this trigger for more than a few rounds of trap. It's one of those cheesy pot metal jobs that Remington's using these days; still should be useful for experimentation, hunting, or maybe parting out. Numrich Arms lists this assembly at $92.50 new, but hopefully nobody's crazy enough to pay that much. My price is $35 or best offer shipped anywhere in the U.S. PM or email with counteroffers, questions, or requests for more photos.

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    Might not even be pot metal. The remington triggers from the past couple years are plastic.
     
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    You may very well be right.
     
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    I will take it for $35. Where do I send the funds?

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