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I have been thinking about getting the trigger worked on for my Super Magnum Wingmaster (actually it is a 2nd trigger group purchased solely for this purpose from Remington right after they stopped making the Super Mag Wingmasters). I have a Remington cantilever slug barrel for this gun and right now it shoots Remington Cor-Lokts pretty well. I am looking for a good deal on a trigger job and have come up with (so far) 2 options and I am looking for more. I can send my trigger group to Tar-Hunt and for $110 they will work on the trigger just like for the DSG. Anyone with a Tar-Hunt DSG, how is the trigger? The second option that I have found is on ebay, a guy listed as bcgunsmithing who has advertised on ebay for quite some time for $40-$50 + $8 shipping. Anyone who has had this done, I would be interested in hearing your results. I also remember reading in some article about a guy in Wisconsin who works on 870 triggers, but can't for the life of me remember who it was or where I read it. Finally, anyone with a trigger job from a gunsmith in central Iowa, I would like to hear your experiences.

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Thanks for the help guys. I know I can get lighter spring, but I was also looking at a way to clean up the trigger and get as close to a rifle trigger as possible. I really has nothing to do with the trigger being dirty because one is brand new and the other is almost new. Sometime earlier someone had used the guy on ebay, and I was hoping I could get his experience with it.

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