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Actually managed to find one more of these.

Remington 1100/1187 pull trigger group. Gloss black finish. This is a Remington OEM aluminum framed trigger group, that was modified by Timney for his wider trigger blade, which is MUCH more comfortable to shoot than the narrow factory trigger.

This will work in Remington 1100/1187 12ga right hand guns. It will also work in 1100 16ga and 20ga standard weight guns, as well as left handed 1100s and 1187s, by swapping out carrier (2 minute job).

Right hand safety (left hand Fortmann safeties are available from Midway if you have to have a left hand safety).

This trigger group has just a little bit of wear. It exhibits the kind of wear you'd expect to see on a brand new trigger after using it for a few shoots.

Typical brass "wear line" on the gloss blued carrier.

This is an older "Alcoa" stamped trigger, not sure if that matters to anyone, just thought I'd mention it as the Alcoa frames are kind of uncommon by themselves.

This would be a great candidate to have converted to a release trigger if you were so inclined, as the wide trigger blade is even more comfortable when shooting a release trigger.

It has been completely disassembled, ultrasonically cleaned, and re-oiled, and is ready to rock and roll.

These aluminum framed "Timneys" aren't very common, I've only ever seen two other ones and they were ones that I owned. It is 4.25oz lighter than the steel framed Timneys, if you are looking to save a little weight.

$150 shipped (about 1/2 of what you'll spend for a steel framed Timney trigger).

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