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Title says it all. Excellent condition Remington 90-T pull trigger assembly. Some light bluing thinning at the back of the trigger guard, but pretty minor, what you'd see after shoot the gun for a couple months (you might not even notice it if I didn't mention it), and would be fairly easy and cheap to have reblued if you really HAD to.

Trigger group has been ultrasonically cleaned, and re-oiled, and should be in top shape.

These are not common to come buy. In addition to the release trigger for sale here now, I think I've seen maybe 1 or 2 other ones for sale over the years. Great to have as a spare or backup if you shoot a 90T.

Price is $500 shipped and insured to you. Doug Braker will install a release in it for $350 if you need it, and Kolar Arms and Doug have all the parts and service you could ever need for it.

Happy to take additional pictures, or answer any questions to be the best of my ability.
 
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