Remington 870 Repair and Gunsmithing.
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You could try taking your trigger plate assembly out of the gun, and moving its various parts by hand to see if you can get an idea of what is hanging up where. I really can't see any obvious issues in your pictures and videos. Without being able to physically inspect the gun in person, I'm out of ideas. At this point, a second opinion from someone with more experience isn't a bad idea.
Thanks...it is still at the gunsmith. I knew it would be a few weeks.
Tasman wrote:I am interested to hear the outcome of this. Good luck and I hope it doesn't cost you much.
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