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682 Gold E: Cutting ejector springs.

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  1. cueguy2

    cueguy2 TS Member

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    I want to cut the ejector springs off on my 682 Gold E to make it an extractor. How much do you clip off to do this? Or is there a replacement spring you can buy? Thanks. Nubs Wagner.
     
  2. grunt

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    I started with cutting 2 coils off and that seemed to work for me.
     
  3. Beretta687EELL

    Beretta687EELL Well-Known Member

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    They will still eject to some degree. I cut mine flush with the face of the barrel. If you want an extractor, you need to alter the ejector, so it doesn't pop over the arm in the fore end iron. If you want detailed instructions, I can e-mail them to you. Most folks are very happy with shortening the ejector springs. The springs are only a couple of bucks each and can be purchased from anyone selling Beretta parts. Bill Malcolm
     
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    Cutting the springs flush with the breech face is the cheapest and easiest way to get about what you want and be able to restore function.
     
  5. cueguy2

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    Bill, please do email your instructions. Email above. Thanks to all, Nubs.
     
  6. cueguy2

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    Bill, please do email your instructions. Email above. Thanks to all, Nubs.
     
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