Remington 870, 1100, 7600, and others - trigger rebuild spring kit
Remington 870, 1100, 7600 and others
Complete trigger rebuild spring kit
Also fits the following Remington models listed below in all rifle calibers and all shotgun gauges:
kit comprises of both a replacement hammer spring as well as five different trigger springs ranging in pull weight from 1.25lb to 5lb. The hammer spring is made
from stainless steel, and the trigger springs are made from spring steel
then plated for both easy identification and to maximize corrosion
resistance. This high quality set of six springs fits nearly all Remington
pump and semi-auto rifles and shotguns - which use the trigger
assembly as pictured. This kit allows you to restore your vintage
Remington trigger to original condition or it can also be used to select your trigger pull weight
preference based on the type of shooting you do. Aside from three lighter pull weights, the kit includes a factory weight spring should you
wish to bring your trigger back to original specification, as well as a
heavier spring for cold climate shooting with heavy gloves. The new hammer spring will both correct light primer strikes due to an old or worn spring as well as correct/improve lock time - the proper function of both being crucial for maintaining accuracy. If unsure on
compatibility please contact us
first to check. We measure the factory trigger at 4lb (based on the Remington 7600 rifle), the ratings
below can vary slightly when fitted to different firearms* and when
- Ultralight 1.25lb to 1.5lb (black color)
- Light 1.75lb to 2lb (silver color)
- Medium ~3lb (grey color)
- Factory ~4lb (charcoal color)
- Heavy ~5lb (light blue zinc color)
Although the springs provided in this kit have been designed and tested by us to be safe, every trigger is different and it is imperative to ensure that your trigger is safe after installation. We have come across some very unsafe 1lb springs for this trigger assembly which although break at the advertised pull weight, will slam fire when working the action hard or when dropping the firearm onto the buttpad. Be vigilant with all trigger modifications and test thoroughly after reassembly! In our own tests, 1.25lb is the minimum pull weight that this trigger assembly will achieve by replacing the spring and polishing the sear and hammer. By replacing the trigger spring alone you can expect 1.5lb in an unmodified trigger assembly.
* Results may vary slightly between individual rifles and shotguns and are dependent on the trigger pull gauge, factory tolerances and whether any other modifications have been done to the trigger. Our pull weight is measured using an RCBS gauge.
We supply replacement springs only. If unsure on installation, we
highly recommend having a qualified and competent gunsmith do the job.
Slight variations between different rifles and shotguns may result in an unsafe
trigger when fitting these springs. Always ensure the firearm is unloaded
before commencing work and test trigger function extensively upon
reassembly whilst rifle is unloaded. Slam closing the breech bolt and dropping
the firearm onto the buttpad (both whilst unloaded) is imperative.