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ASE-90 / ASE Gold -- Trigger Removal - HOW ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Gamba Man, Apr 25, 2012.

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  1. Gamba Man

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    I've recently purchased an ASE-90 Skeet and an ASE-Gold Trap.

    I would like to know how to remove the Trigger Groups on these guns before I attemp it on my own,...is there a different removal method between the ASE-90 and ASE-Gold ?....or the same.


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  2. Mike Hessong* (MH*)

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    Yes, there is a different method to removing the drop-out triggers in these 2 models.

    I have an ASE-90, and to remove the trigger on it, just push the safety as far forward as it will go. Make sure you are holding the trigger as you push, because it will release. I could fall out. This is done while the gun is closed (locked position). I "think" there is a little more complicated procedure for the ASE-90 Gold, something about having to do it while the gun is broke open. Sorry I can't help you with that one.
     
  3. Steve W

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    If I remembered correctly, ASE Gold needs to have the action open, or just push top lever to the right while forward the safety all the way to pull down the trigger group.
     
  4. Gamba Man

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    Do the hammers have to be fired before performing these tasks ?

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    I always release the hammers after shooting, so my hammers were always down. But I don't think you need to in order to take out the trigger.
     
  6. g7777777

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    If it is an ASE90 sporting trigger than you must use the Gold procedure

    Barrel off and top lever to the right

    That differs from an ASE90 skeet or trap trigger

    Regards from Iowa

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    Mike,

    I have the ASE-90 Skeet (non selective trigger).....I don't understand the part where you say "Make sure you are holding the trigger as you push, because it will release. It could fall out"

    Are you saying to keep the trigger in the "pulled" position while pushing forward on the safety ???,....I'm not sure how it could fall out, can you explain.


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    He meant to say "hold the trigger group".
     
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    Ahhh...Thanks for the clarification, makes sense now :)

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    Thanks Rastoff for helping clarify my statement. That is what I meant.

    Gene (GN7777777), my ASE-90 IS a sporting model (selectable trigger) and I do NOT have to remove the barrel or treat it like the ASE-90 Gold models. All I have to do is push the safety past the forward "Fire" position, and the trigger just comes out. I have a friend who has a ASE-90 Gold, and I helped him remove his trigger right after he got it, but not sure of all of the gyrations needed to do it now. My gun is simple, Beretta did their usual thing, by "thinking" they are doing something better, just mucks up the whole process.
     
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    Mike that is interesting about your ASE90 sporting-

    Thanks

    Gene

    PS- I think people complained that their trigger groups fell out on the ground when they were trying to work the safety

    Or maybe some were just worrying about that falling- always worriers around

    Regards from Iowa

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    Excellent thread Cesare!

    I just purchased an ASE 90 and have been wondering the same. I have a question to add to Cesare's, is the trigger reinstallation for the ASE 90 the reverse procedure from the removal? In other words, do you push the saftey beyond the fire postion, insert he trigger group and then release the saftey?

    Thanks to everyone for the information.
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    Brad
     
  13. Mike Hessong* (MH*)

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    Brad, on the regular ASE-90 (not the "Gold" model), all you have to do is insert the front edge of the tigger (the part towards the front of the gun, in it's place and then just squeeze it up to its final position. I do it slowly when showing people how this works, and as it goes in, it will made a really nice little "click" when locked in place. Just like the famous bank-vault sounding "clunk" when closing the gun slowly to show how nice of make-up the receiver and barrel are !!! Mike* (MH*)
     
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    I love the closing sound of the ASE 90 & Gold.
     
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