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Beretta 391 front bead

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by chipped99, Oct 23, 2009.

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  1. chipped99

    chipped99 Active Member

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    I don't know how or why but it's gone!I do need one at least for looks.I know that you should not look at it but I still need one!If you have one that will fit my urika,white bead,I'll buy it.Just let me know and how much.....Thanks... Tony
     
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    Tony, I just sent one to a shooter on another forum who had the same thing happen. If it was the white ivory bead, it is threaded and would not just fall out. Usually those beads are in there very snug and they don't even move a little. If it did, you would notice that it had turned and wasn't in line with the rib. What's apparently happened to you and the other shooter is that the threads had stripped, or the bead wasn't the right size to start with. Don't bother to get another one until you find the problem because the same thing will happen. Loctite will not solve the problem, though JB Weld will.
     
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    Dick.........Well as usual I didn't give the correct info.What is gone is the white bead itself,not the part that screws into the barrel.I would figure that they were made as a single piece and you would have to buy the whole part.The bead holder....is still in he barrel,the bead has left the building.I can unscrew the front bead assembly and replace it if it comes with the white part already inserted.I guess that I need the whole unit for the repair if you have one and I would be back in business.Sorry for not making myself clear.I think that oldtimers disease gets to me sometimes.Thanks for your help......Tony
     
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