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1873 set trigger
August 14, 2021
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Its going to be a little expensive to replace all those parts assuming your going to need the trigger, sear, kick off and springs. One place to watch is Ebay. There are guys parting out guns all the time and occasionally a set trigger gun. I see Winchesterbob.com does set trigger repair.

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August 14, 2021
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Does he work on the doubles set ones as well?

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jimbailey308@gmail.com said
I am not 100% positive about that but he does have a phone number on his website I would give him a call  

I’m gonna do that on Monday 

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