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15. Cartridge feed insert (592) 36.

16. Cartridge feed insert pin (592) 37.

17. Cocking piece 38.

18. Ejector 39.

19. Ejector cover 40.

20. Ejector release 41.

Ejector rivet 42.

Ejector spring 43.

Ejector spring guide 44.

Elevation screw 45.

Extractor 46.

Firing pin 47.

Firing pin retaining pin 48.

Floor plate (592) 49.

Floor plate screw (592) 50.

Front sight 51.

Grip cap 52.

Grip cap screw 53.

Housing 54.

Housing lock screw 55.

Housing pin 56. Inner magazine tube (592) 57.

Latch 58.

Magazine assembly (591) 59.

Magazine follower (592) 60.

Magazine guide (591) 61.

Magazine latch (591) 62.

Magazine latch screw (591) Magazine pin (592) Magazine plate (591) Magazine plate screw (591) Magazine plug (592) Magazine ring (592) Magazine shoe (591) Magazine spring (592) Mainspring

Outer magazine tube (592) Rear sight base Rear sight eyepiece Rear sight leaf Rear sight rib Rear sight screw (2) Receiver assembly Receiver cover Receiver cover screw (4) Safety

Safety pivot pin

Safety pivot pin retaining washer

63. Safety plunger

64. Safety plunger spring

65. Safety retaining screw

66. Sear

67. Sear pin

68. Stock

69. Striker

70. Striker cross pin

71. Striker washer

72. Takedown screw (592)

73. Takedown screw (591)

74. Takedown screw escutcheon (591)

75. Trigger

76. Trigger guard

77. Trigger guard screw

78. Trigger pin

79. Trigger spring

80. Windage screw

NOTE: Model number following name of part indicates part is for that model only. Parts 29 and 45 are alike except in name.

Remington Trigger

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