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Beretta 682 Monoblock/ Barrel Separation?

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  1. leftex

    leftex Active Member

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    I have a 682 oversingle barrel that has separated from the monoblock by about .020". What is the proper fix? Has anyone else had this problem? Any suggestions besides the obvious "Send it to Cole's"? How much should I expect to pay for this repair?

    Thanks,
    Wayne
     
  2. dzneff

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    I had the same thing happen with an over barrel about 6 or 7 years ago. Had Beretta factory repair at no charge. Sold the gun about 4 years ago. The new owner had a similar monoblock seperation occur after shooting it extensively for about 3 years; probably 60 - 80,000 rounds. He sent it to Beretta who repaired it again. He then bought a new barrel and sold the twice repaired barrel. My advice if you are aregular trap shoooter is to buy a new barrel.
    Denny
     
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    I had the same thing happen with an over barrel about 6 or 7 years ago. Had Beretta factory repair at no charge. Sold the gun about 4 years ago. The new owner had a similar monoblock seperation occur after shooting it extensively for about 3 years; probably 60 - 80,000 rounds. He sent it to Beretta who repaired it again. He then bought a new barrel and sold the twice repaired barrel. My advice if you are aregular trap shoooter is to buy a new barrel.
    Denny
     
  4. Beretta687EELL

    Beretta687EELL Well-Known Member

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    A friend of mine had this happen to his 680 series a few years ago and it was repaired at no cost to him. It was gone for some time. I believe he told me that they sent it back to Italy for repair. IMHO Beretta should repair this at no charge to you. If you bought it new contact your dealer, if not contact Beretta. Tell them you need a replacement while yours is being repaired. Bill Malcolm
     
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    THis happened to my 686 34 top single, shipped it up to Los Angeles and Beretta paid for the fix..took only 5 working days, they shipped it back to by front door..no prblems since..Go to the BerettaUSA.com site, and give them a call...lb
     
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    I had this happen to me 2 years ago to my fathers gun I was using since he quit shooting. I decided to shoot it. Called Beretta they said ship the whole gun to them with a letter telling them what the problem was. I got the gun back in 2 weeks all fixed with a test fire report and no charge. Only had to pay for the UPS trip there.
     
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    Forgot to mention I only had to send it to Beretta in Maryland
     
  8. leftex

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    Thanks for the advice!
     
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