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I am looking to fix my trigger on my hp1501. The trigger cover fell off and of course the two springs flew away to never been heard from again. can these springs be purchased or replaced? Or do I have to buy the whole trigger assembly? Any thoughts?

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Buy the whole thing,, or

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