Remington Shotgun Trigger plate Detent Spring Set

$8.50

Are your trigger plate assembly pins falling out?   First do this.  Pull the Trigger plate assembly out and look at the barrel pins and you should see a small D clip spring in the grove on at least one side of the barrel pin.  This spring catches the notch in your trigger plate pin and holds it is.   If you see the D clip take it off and push it together to make it tighter and this should fix the issue.   If you see no D clip spring then you need this set or your trigger plate pins will not stay in.   In 870 Shotguns there will only be one D clip spring on the one end of the barrel pin.  In 1100's and 11-87's they put one on each end.  The best answer I have gotten for this is that the semi-autos have more vibration.  But you can put one on each end of the 870 if you want to.   You get the front D clip and the Rear D Clip.   Fits all Remington Shotguns regardless of Gauge.

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