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Beretta 682 comb hardware

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by gasman03, Jul 8, 2011.

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  1. gasman03

    gasman03 Member

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    I am looking to replace the factory comb hardware with new. Where is the best place to get this from?

    Thanks Corey
     
  2. grntitan

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    If your gonna do it yourself then Joel Etchens(link above) has the stuff. If you want a gunsmith/stock man to do it, i would use Tron. His link is below. I did mine myself. I shoot a 682 as well. Those are my recommendations. There are many other gunsmith/stock guys that will do it as well.



    http://tronspace.com/default.aspx
     
  3. dale58

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    I bought this hardware from graco for my 682 gold e, and i actually like the original beretta memory system better. Dale
     
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    The problem with the Beretta Memory System besides being plastic junk is it will crack your comb. It appears it was a million dollar idea made with $2 worth of plastic. My opinion of course.
     
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    How does it crack the comb? Dale
     
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    How i don't know. If you do some research you will find alot of people that found out the hard way. I replaced mine before it happened so i can't really tell you how. Maybe one of the smiths here will chime in with that answer.
     
  7. tammike

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    I have the original that I replaced from my 682 and its like new. If you're interested I would sell it.
     
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    link above
     
  9. Mike Battista

    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    The Graco unit is $75.00. If you want the Beretta OEM unit I'll give you one. You will be happier with the Graco though.
    Mike Battista
    727 410 5212
     
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    Mike Battista Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    The adjustment screws in the comb can be adjusted out to the side. This far adjustment pushes a side plate against the sides of the comb (very thin wood there)and crack goes the comb.
    Mike Battista
     
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    Mike--PM sent
     
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    I believe the manual says to only loosen the screws 1 1/2 to 2 turns. if you start to feel resistance when you are backing them out ( loosening them ) you have loosened them to much. Dale
     
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