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Identifying these triggers #7014119
12/28/17 04:20 AM
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Can someone help identify these triggers that I received?

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Looks like all pump or semi auto shotguns. Pretty sure the second one is an 870. I want to say Benelli of some kind on the first, but Iím not sure.


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Second looks like an 870 trigger. The other judging by the x on the trigger guard I would assume is an xmark Remington trigger of some kind but just a guess.


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First two look like Beretta/Benelli trigger groups, also could be Stoeger/Franchi. Or one of the Turkish guns using the Beretta design. The third one looks like a Remington 1100. More pictures would help.

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Originally Posted By: Mr. Jeem
First two look like Beretta/Benelli trigger groups, also could be Stoeger/Franchi. Or one of the Turkish guns using the Beretta design. The third one looks like a Remington 1100. More pictures would help.


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The third one I believe is a Marvin Schwab release trigger made in Findlay, Ohio (I goggled it). Looks like it came out of an 1100 to me.


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