Finally got around to sorting out the trigger on my 1895 .45-70 last night. I also have 1894 .357 and .44 rifles bought from South Yorks Shooting back in the day and both fitted with the Trigger Happy kit by them from new so in comparison to those rifles the .45-70 trigger has always felt horrible (6lb pull and all loose and floppy)
Anyway... I took my time making sure I chose a perfectly fitting screwdriver bit for each screw (I've ruined a screw in a marlin before so was extra cautious!). 40 minutes following this guide and all done.
Also took the opportunity to fit the one piece ejector too for a bit of extra reliability.
Tested with the trigger pull gauge and consistently and crisply breaking at a hair under 3lbs which is just fine by me and no more rattly floppiness.