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635 G 26-Jan-09 - 06:38 PM ET
Pull Bang 26-Jan-09 - 06:46 PM ET
halfmile 26-Jan-09 - 07:20 PM ET
blkfin 26-Jan-09 - 08:00 PM ET
ec90t 26-Jan-09 - 08:40 PM ET


Subject: Stock bolt removal Beretta 682?
From: 635 G
Date: Mon, Jan 26, 2009 - 06:38 PM ET
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Buying a used 682 E, I'm sending the receiver to Allems for a double roller release. What type of wrench do I need to remove the stock bolt nut,etc ?

Thanks: Phil Berkowitz

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Subject: Stock bolt removal Beretta 682?
From: Pull Bang
Date: Mon, Jan 26, 2009 - 06:46 PM ET
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6.0MM at least 10 inches long. The Bondhus part number is 13168.

Frank

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Subject: Stock bolt removal Beretta 682?
From: halfmile
Date: Mon, Jan 26, 2009 - 07:20 PM ET
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Socket adaptor and T handle with the aforementioned 6mm.

HM

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Subject: Stock bolt removal Beretta 682?
From: blkfin
Date: Mon, Jan 26, 2009 - 08:00 PM ET
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Phil, You might want to ask John if he needs the stock also. Just a thought Mike K.

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Subject: Stock bolt removal Beretta 682?
From: ec90t
Date: Mon, Jan 26, 2009 - 08:40 PM ET
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On some releases in 682's, the stock/grip has to be worked on a bit because of clearance issues.

All Good,

ec90t

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