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682 Stock bolt key?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by DiggerL, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. DiggerL

    DiggerL Member

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    682 experts,

    I'm looking to change out the buttstock on my 682 gold. Seems I need to remove a hex nut....Beretta manual shows a T handle bolt "key" tool to do the job.

    Will I have to buy the tool or is there common hardware store item that will do the job?

    Thanks
     
  2. bigclown

    bigclown TS Member

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    I believe a 6mm hex key will work. Best Regards, Ed
     
  3. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Get a socket adaptor and use a T handle and extension.

    Or if you have a friend with a welder T Handles are easy, sharpen the allen wrench and drive it into a slightly smaller hole in a piece of 3/8 or 1/2 inch round stock. Tack it and weld on the cross piece.

    HM
     
  4. 3200

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    Hijack in progress . . .

    While we are on the subject of stock bolt wrenches, what size/type wrench is used on the Krieghoffs?
     
  5. DiggerL

    DiggerL Member

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    Ok, back on topic...

    Got the stock off with a 6mm allen socket. Thanks.

    Now, however, I can't remove the stock bolt. It can't be pulled out because there is a conical aluminium piece behind it. In the Beretta schematic I think it's called the guide bushing. The guide bushing has an opening just wide enough to insert a 6mm allen driver, not wide enough to pull the stock bolt out.
    The bushing on this gun seems to be set permanently in the wood of the stock.

    Can the guide bushing be removed, or should I just order a set of washers and a bolt screw from Beretta? I don't want to "bugger-up" (technical term) the original stock...

    Thanks again,

    Dave

    Dave
     
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