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Aftermarket operating handles Beretta autos

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by wolfram, Jul 29, 2008.

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  1. wolfram

    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    I can live with the stock bolt handle on my 391. You generally don't need to operate the bolt handle on the target range (unless there is a jam or a cease fire) . The money is probably better spent on shot.
     
  2. Mr Newbius©

    Mr Newbius© TS Member

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    Yeah they look cool and cost money and anything that looks cool for trapshooting and costs money will make you a much better shot.

    Why do you need one? Is there something wrong with the one you have now?
     
  3. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    I had both the Briley and the Angleport. The Briley is two pieces welded together and I had it break in half after a couple thousand rounds. The Angleport is one piece and a better shape, but it is a soft metal. My gun (in the case) was leaning against the wall and fell over. It landed on the bolt handle and bent it into a 90 degree angle.

    I'm done with the extended bolt handles.
     
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