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Beretta 391 question

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by dzeh, Sep 18, 2009.

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  1. dzeh

    dzeh Member

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    Since my Beretta O/U is awaiting a Bumpbuster installation I shot my wife's 391 the other day. After about 50 rounds I noticed that the pin holding the trigger assembly (I assume that's what it's holding) had worked its way out quite a bit. I pushed it back in but after several more rounds through the gun I saw that it was slowly coming out again. Has anyone else had this problem? Anything I can do to correct the problem?
     
  2. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    There is a little piece of wire called a Circlip that slides around the hammer bushing, a hollow tube in the trigger assembly that holds the hammer but also is where the trigger plate retaining pin slides into. There is a slot in that hammer bushing that a part of the circlip fits into, which catches the groove in the trigger plate retaining pin. That circlip is missing or broken and needs to be replaced. It is no more than a little piece of wire. I tried to make one myself, but wasn't having much luck, so I just ordered one from Beretta.
     
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