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?? Rem 1100 20/28/410 trigger question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by bubbaw, Jun 28, 2011.

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  1. bubbaw

    bubbaw Member

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    Does anyone know if a Remington 1100 - 28 gauge trigger will fit the 410 and/or the 20 gauge receiver?? Are all the receivers the same size? Thanks,

    William
     
  2. mrskeet410

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    I once retrieved a 410 1100 trigger group that Boy Wonder threw in the bushes in a temper tantrum. I didn't have a 410 1100, but I did have a 28 gauge. Remington gunsmiths at the World Shoot didn't think much of Boy Wonder tossing that trigger group, so they converted it to 28 gauge for me. I watched. Only thing I remember seeing them change was the carrier.

    I still have it. Wanna buy it? Anybody?
     
  3. bubbaw

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    Thanks. I'm looking at some subgauge guns, and I have access to a release trigger for a 28 gauge. I shoot release, and was just wondering if it would fit the other gauges. What you say, makes sense. I appreciate your time.

    William
     
  4. hmb

    hmb Well-Known Member

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    The 410 and the 28 have the same size receiver. HMB
     
  5. skeet_man

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    The 20ga might have a 12ga receiver, 20ga receiver, or 28ga receiver.
     
  6. boomer

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    The trigger will fit all 3 small gauges. The standard 20ga on the 12 ga. Frame has not been made for many years. If the 20 is an LT model--no problem.
     
  7. mag410

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    William,

    The only difference between the small frame 1100 (LT-20, LW-20, 28 & .410) trigger plates are the carriers. Remington has a different part number for each of the three carriers. The carriers are shaped to just clear the Feed Latch. The feed latches on the 28 and .410 stick out further towards the center of the receiver. The tips of the 28 & .410 carriers are also more curved to guide the smaller diameter shells up into the chamber. The .410 carrier has the guide tabs on both sides of the carrier. I don't think carrier on your 28 gauge trigger plate will clear the .410 Feed latch. It may work with a 20 gauge unless the curved tip of the carrier won't let the 20 gauge shell exit the magazine. I have all three gauge, I may try swapping them just for the hell of it.

    Michael
     
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