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A older guy at our club has a release trigger for a 870 he wants to sell 175.00
he does not know who's or what brand it is. I can post pictures if anyone is interested. It does work properly. Thanks, Bill


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Bill.... The trigger was made by Schwab, out of Findley, Ohio. A great trigger maker. He passed away many years ago, but, his work was legendary among 870 and 1100 fans... Dan Thome (Trap2)
 

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This schwab trigger was made in 1972 acording to the stamped numbers on the housing..Still a great trigger and you can cancel the realease by just pushing the lever up Not like the 390 where you have to pull the bolt back to cancel the release. Makes it a nice trigger for shooting games...........
 
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