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Is the trigger assembly removable on a Beretta 687? I see there's what appears to be a screw with a smaller lockscrew just ahead of the trigger guard on the bottem of the reciever. I'm wondering??-----if one loosens that screw does the whole trigger group drop out?

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Hi John,

Remove the safety by removing the push pin held by the spring clip. Then, remove the small screw set inside the big screw you mentioned above. Revove the screw under the safety. You want to have the hammers cocked and the trigger group will drop out easier. Release the hamers after you get the trigger group out. The hammers are held in by pins. You may want to buy some long needle nose punches for this job.

Go to http://www.colegun.com/Series_680_Parts.pdf for a schematic of the 680 series gun and download the 680 series parts list. This will give you an idea of what everything is and will somewhat help if something "pops" out and you aren't sure how it goes back together. Good luck.

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Thanks for the information fella's. When I saw the big screw with it's little screw I thought maybe it's designed so the trigger group is meant to just "drop" out? The triggers on my new gun could stand a little improvement, sounds like a job I'd best leave to a qualified gunsmith?

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