Remington Trigger / Sear Spring 1100,870,878,740,742, 750,760,7400,552,572

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Over 1500 sold... Shoot in 2021 with a lighter trigger.  If you shoot for score, or are a seasoned field shooter this light trigger pull will come as a real advantage.  There are many who claim to have a 3lb spring, but all have tested much higher.
Our Story…
After months of searching for a light pull sear spring for the Remington 1100’s it seemed hopeless.  MidwayUSA, MGW, Brownells all sent springs that were nearly identical, supposedly 3.5 lb pull.  Each of them I tested gave a trigger pull so close to that of the original 5lb + spring, the difference could not be felt. With no where to turn but an expensive kit… I was left with few options.
I decided to get some made, and market them.  I contacted a manufacturer, and sent the specifications to them.  These are made with the same high quality ASTM A228 music wire used throughout the firearms industry and are manufactured right here in the good old USA.
These springs work in a variety of Remington shotguns and rifles with similar trigger mechanisms. Models of 1100, 1187, 1148, 878, 870, 740, 742, 750, 760, 7400, 552, 572 & more. DIY gunsmiths should observe caution when testing a modified firearm by keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction until you are satisfied with the safety.  I have not been able to make my hammer drop by any amount of pounding. And my spring will not come off like those made by cutting a coil off a factory spring.
The 3lb spring is the recommended choice for shotgun use.  The 2lb spring is intended to give the extra light trigger  to rifle shooters... Cleaning your trigger group with solvent is recommended when you take it out.  Do not use WD-40 for lubricant.  I love the stuff but it gets gummy in storage, and that is opposite of what you want.  I recommend using lubriplate or an equivalent white lithum grease on pivot points or a good quality gun oil.  Do not over lubricate as too much collects dirt and again... gums up the works.  Clean your trigger group after use when hunting in a dirty environment.  If you just shoot skeet, trap or other clay target games, you need not worry more than once a year.
We’ve had good feedback from our customers which can be seen at  These springs can be used in a variety of Remington Rifles as well. Be careful to compare trigger group to photo if you are going to try these springs in a different model.  if you want that light trigger in your 243, we probably have it covered.  See our installation video located at  Use my website for International sales.
I now offer these springs in:
1.) 2 lbs
2.) 3 lbs
The price on your first spring is $10.00 which includes shipping. Each additional spring is $5.
I know you will love these springs.  Never a problem with functioning, doubling, failing to fire... they have been flawless.  I 'm offering 2 lbs now
primarily for rifles) and 3 lb for shotguns.

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