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ASE Gold VS 90 VS Ultimate

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by g7777777, Jan 23, 2012.

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  1. g7777777

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    Can someone that has an ASE 90 and a gold- take a picture of the difference between the lock in of the triggers on the front as they go into the frame?

    And discuss any other differences?

    Thanks

    Gene
     
  2. Aussie Dan

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    ASE 90 were a nice gun, and expensive at the time they came out here.

    Just about everyone I know that had one (3 I can think of) had issues with the solder and ribs coming loose. Other than that I would pick one over a DT10 anyday.
     
  3. esetter

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    They made the ASE gold frame more narrow than the ASE90 because some complained about the ASE90 being too thick or wide. The ASE90 is more highly finished, polished, and hand fitted. I have owned both and like both but would prefer the ASE90 every time over the gold. I've been shooting my ASE90 for about 6 years now and have never had a problem other than when I had the sub-gauge tubes installed by Briley they couldn't get the trigger adjusted properly to function in all gauges. Finally sent it to Cole's and have never had a problem since.
     
  4. g7777777

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    Interesting comment on the trigger-

    The Beretta people at the shot show recommended sending a trigger to Briley

    Gene
     
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