Remington 870 Repair and Gunsmithing.
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I'm done my retro 870 build but I have a question. My build concept was to go old school and replace all plastic parts to metal, which included the trigger assembly. I'm aware of the benefits of modern polymer, but that not where this gun was going. I installed a vintage Wingmaster trigger group which worked out nicely. The only thing is that with the hammer cocked and the action bar lock engaged, the forend has a little more play than it did with the original one. The lock doesn't have any obvious wear. Is this an issue? How much play is too much?
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