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Old 01-04-2017, 06:08 PM
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Anyone have experience with the M-carbo spring kits for Mossberg shotguns??

Any and all info appreciated. Ease of install, improved results, etc.



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Old 01-04-2017, 08:48 PM
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Anyone have experience with the M-carbo spring kits for Mossberg shotguns??

Any and all info appreciated. Ease of install, improved results, etc.

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I watched the install video for this spring kit, which is at the bottom of the part page. Looks pretty straightforward to install, and brought the pull to under 5 lbs.
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Old 01-06-2017, 04:16 PM
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Just bumping this.....

....to see if anyone else has any input.



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I don't really know anything about the spring kit. However, if you wanna decrease your trigger pull, and if you're bold enough, you can disassemble your Trigger Group and polish your Sear & Hammer.

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It's a real pain in the behind to put back together!!

I did it recently and reassembly took me over an hour to put it back together. Your best friend will be a 1/8" roll pin punch.
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Yes I ordered the spring kit for my moss 500 and it made a huge difference! If you have a newer 500 they increased the firing pin spring a lot from older models which caused ftf on certain ammo with harder primers. Since I was putting in the Mcarbo kit i ordered an new firing pin for an older model. Never had a ftf in the last 1000 rounds!

I also just ordered an Mcarbo spring kit for my savage 64 22lr but have not installed it yet.

Mcarbo stuff is high quality and worth about triple what they sell it for!
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Just installed the Mcarbo spring kit on the savage 64 and the trigger pull is over a pound lighter! feel great now I just need to take it out and try it.
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I put one of the Mcarbo springs in my Mossberg SA-20 and I'll be darned if it wasn't about a pound heavier than the stock spring.
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