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682 X Trap

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by 7771, Jul 6, 2009.

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  1. 7771

    7771 Active Member

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    I recently purchased a Beretta 682 X Trap and i am curious to know when Beretta quit making this model...
    Thanks, Tom
     
  2. mosby1

    mosby1 TS Member

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    becuase they can add a shiny reciever and 1000$ to the price tag?
     
  3. 7771

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    That makes a lot of sense.. i like the blued receivers better but thats my opinion
    Tom
     
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    Around 2002.
     
  5. 7771

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    Thanks thats good to know.... They are nice gunsi love mine.
    Tom
     
  6. chuckles

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    682X was changed to S682 Gold X in 1994 however they may have had a few 682X Trap models in their inventory to be released after 1994.

    A lot of changes to the basic 682X that year, thinner stronger barrels, different checkering, new finish on receiver (Graystone) Slimmer side to side dimensions on forend and receiver.

    The 682X competition model has removable barrel shoulders and hinge pins, a sliding adjustable trigger, stepped rib, 3 stock styles with palm swells

    The above info is from the 1992 & 1994 Beretta catalog...

    I've owned many 680 series versions over the years and IMO consider the original 682X to be their finest Trap shooting model specifically with the Fixed choke barrels.

    I just (2009) bought another 682X Trap (1989 model) like new with very few shots fired thru it for $1500.00...sat in a womens closet for 19 years.

    Chuck
     
  7. 7771

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    Thanks for all the info I just bought mine and i love the way it feels They are beautiful guns....I paid 1200 for mine and i think that is a good deal.
    Thanks for the info,
    Tom
     
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