• Custom Marlin Camp 9 Parts for Better Accuracy and Performance!
  • Nearly 20% Trigger Pull Reduction!
  • Highest Quality American Spring Steel ASTM A228 Music Wire
  • Protected by the M*CARBO 100% Lifetime Guarantee
  • Made in the USA!
  • Fast Same Day Shipping!

Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit:

  • Consists of a Lighter Hammer Spring and Lighter Sear Spring

Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit includes Custom Marlin Camp 9 Parts for Lighter Marlin Camp 9 Carbine Trigger Pull!  Complete Upgrade your Marlin Model 9 Camp Carbine Trigger for Better Performance!  Best Marlin Camp 9 Accessories from M*CARBO. Custom Marlin Camp 9 Gun Parts for More Performance out of your Marlin Camp 9.

Marlin Camp 9 Owners Manual & Exploded View:

If your getting the Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit, then you might find the following Marlin Camp 9 Resources useful in further enhancing your firearm. Download the Marlin Camp 9 Owners Manual or use the Exploded View of the Marlin Camp 9 Parts Diagram to plan your next firearm project. 

    No Hassle 100% Lifetime Guarantee on Parts & Accessories:

    The Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit is protected by the M*CARBO No Hassle 100% Lifetime Guarantee. This means that at any time you can send it back and we will exchange it, issue a refund or assist you in any way possible. We even pay return shipping and automate the return process here!

    Drop Tested and Approved:

    Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit includes M*CARBO ASTM Spec Springs that will offer a perfect trigger pull reduction with an unlimited drop test rating (3", 6", 9" & 12"+).

    Range Tested and Approved:

    The Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit has been tested repeatedly with numerous brands of ammunition to ensure reliable operation and safety.

    Veteran Owned and Operated Business:

    American made Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit designed and manufactured by Combat Veterans. We will donate a portion of your purchase to the Military Foundations we humbly support.


    You must be 18 yrs of age to purchase. We advise that all parts purchased from our inventory be installed and inspected by a qualified gunsmith. Modifying your weapon may be prohibited in your state. Do not modify your sear or hammer engagement surfaces, with or without the Marlin Camp 9 Trigger Spring Kit. Before installing please be sure to check all local state and federal laws. By installing this part you agree to take full responsibility for any and all legal, health and warranty consequences that may be incurred.

    Overall Customer Rating of 2 Reviews:

    Camp 9/45 trigger spring kit

    After having ordered several spring kits for various rifles, I decided to order one for my Marlin Camp 45 Carbine. I received the spring kit, consisting of a hammer Strut string and sear spring. The first thing I noticed... no instructions or M-Carbo video available.

    Ok... the Internet is a wonderful resource, and I found another video for take down and reassembly. Before i got into the rifle trigger pull was almost eight lbs. That said, I replaced the springs, lubricated the contact surfaces with CLP, and reassembled the rifle, and tested it again. Trigger pull was deduced to 6.5 lbs, or roughly a 20% reduction. Not bad, and little to no creep, but not the 40% reduction advertised. I took it apart and polished all contact surfaces, reassembled the rifle and tested again.. no difference-- Still 6.5 lbs.. Mind you not 40% reduction, but 6.5lbs is still a lot better than 8! I also removed the magazine safety/disconnector parts, thinking this might be the cause.. But-- no change.. still 6.5 lbs.


    Not sure about these

    I was excited to find these springs for the Camp 9. Mcarbo's claim of reducing the pull weight up to 40% meant that my newly acquired Camp's trigger could go from 8 down to possibly 4.8 lb.s! I figured that if I did a "fluff 'n buff" on all the moving parts while I had it apart that I would most likely achieve 4 lb.s or lower.

    The springs arrived early last week and I finally had a chance to work on the rifle today. I spent a couple hours smoothing all moving parts (and whatever they touched) with 800 grit paper, then took them to the buffing wheel for a final polish. I reassembled the trigger group, including the new springs (which installed just fine) and lubed everything accordingly.

    I was rather surprised when my trigger gauge showed 6 1/2 lb.s pull weight. Tried it six more times and it was consistent at that weight. That's 18.75% reduction - not even half of the claimed potential.

    I thought about trying just the springs only first but the trigger group is such a pain to assemble that I did everything at once.
    So, I can't say if the improvement was from the springs, the polishing, or both. At least the pull is a little better, and the creep and grit is gone now.