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Franktri 11-Jun-11 - 07:29 PM ET
Jimmyc 11-Jun-11 - 07:36 PM ET
Tron 11-Jun-11 - 08:09 PM ET


Subject: Beretta stock
From: Franktri
Date: Sat, Jun 11, 2011 - 07:29 PM ET
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Has anyone experienced the following: I recently changed my 682 stock back to its original stock ( had a field stock on it before). In the process, I must have lost a washer so that, when I tightened the stock, the bolt prevented the trigger from working. The only way I could pull the trigger was to loosen the bolt. As a result, the recoil cracked the stock right at the pistol grip. Apparently, the washer would have made the bolt stand off enough to prevent this from happening. Comments?

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Subject: Beretta stock
From: Jimmyc
Date: Sat, Jun 11, 2011 - 07:36 PM ET
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You figured it out. That's the way berettas work. Also watch changing any stocks especially if they have lots of cast in them. Glass bed and gunsmith fit is the best motto. Jimmy

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Subject: Beretta stock
From: Tron
Date: Sat, Jun 11, 2011 - 08:09 PM ET
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STOP!!! Put a washer back in place or you can snap the trigger.....and that's a BITCH to replace!

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