Re: Remington Sendero SF II
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It's very easy to identify the new trigger without removing the stock. While the older trigger has vertical grooves on the face of the trigger, the new trigger is smooth with a rib running down the backside of it. Or, you can function test it. If, with an unloaded rifle, and pointed in a safe direction, with the safety on, pull on the trigger, if it will allow a little movement, it is the old trigger. The new trigger won't move rearward when the trigger is pulled. This is because the older trigger only blocks the sear. The newer trigger blocks both the sear and the trigger. Hope this helps.
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