I installed this trigger upgrade in my Remington 7600 Carbine with a factory gritty, creepy 4.5# trigger.
Installation requires attention but was not difficult. I did have one spring get away from me before I remembered my trick of putting a rubber band on it and wrapping it around a finger so if it gets loose it can't go anywhere. Then I just cut the rubber band and remove it.
I was able to use another spring and with the adjustment I got the trigger I wanted with just a faint hint of creep which will not be noticeable when shooting it and will likely go away with use.
The instructions were complete but one picture was poor quality. I used the instructions on the internet.
One thing to watch, during the process the magazine release came off. It took me awhile to figure out how it is installed and then find a tricky way to get it back on there. Next time I'd wrap something around the trigger group at that location to avoid that!
Vast improvement, well worth it!
I have installed two of these on 870s and one on an 11-87. They are now the best triggers that I own.
by Jeff King
I installed two of these , one in a 1972 vintage Rem 1100 I bought overseas in a NATO rod and gun club, the other in a 1100 LT I picked up last year. Honestly four hands would have helped, along with better pictures and instructions. It really would help too if you would offer as a accessory tool, or increase the price a couple of dollars and include a bullet pin to guide the carrier group pin. That is very difficult reinstall, all I had was a good set of Starret push pins and center punches to help guide and align things.
After completed the trigger pull is much lighter and crisper, as a rifle shooter I appreciate a lighter pull, so used the lightweight spring and got a pull of just under 2 lbs.
by Fred Young
I purchased and installed the kit in my 870 pump. I chose the middle action spring and am very pleased with the result. No creap just a constant pull until it lets off.