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Beretta 682 trigger won't reset for 2nd shot

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tractorboy, Oct 4, 2011.

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  1. tractorboy

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    Beretta 682 trigger won

    My friend wants to shoot a 7/8 oz load for his first shot on doubles and a 1 oz load for the second shot. His 682 will not set the trigger after the first shot reliably when he uses 7/8oz loads, but will work every time when uses 1oz loads for the first shot.

    Can the inertia block spring be trimmed slightly to allow the trigger to reset with his 7/8 oz loads? Is this something that he can do or should he take it to a gunsmith?
     
  2. skeet_man

    skeet_man Well-Known Member

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    Gunsmith.
     
  3. ccampbell

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    My 682 has the same problem if I dont remove the stock and clean and lubricate the reciever every now and then,it likes to be pampered. CCampbell
     
  4. Bob Merkov

    Bob Merkov Member

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    I had the triggers on my 682 converted over to mechanical by Cole's in Maine and have never had another issue with the second shot!

    Bob M.
     
  5. Dr.Longshot

    Dr.Longshot Banned Banned

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    Check the inertia block and spring, oil it and see if it moves freely, you need to remove the stock to do this.

    Gary Bryant
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  6. hmb

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    One solution to the problem is to increase the weight of the inertia block. A small piece of lead tape placed on the side of the block might solve the problem. HMB
     
  7. RDT

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    Had this trouble before and this is what I did on the 682 gold E.
    First, I took out the stock and washes all the dry gunk out with WD40 then wipe it clean. The issue was my 2nd trigger reset only with the 24 gram(about 7/8 oz) 1400 fps load anything below that speed will not reset. So I took 682 receiver apart and buff the inertia block contacts with fine silicone polishing wheel. Things got better with 7/8 load but need to keep it around 1300 fps. Until I switch the stock to PFS for a better fit and lesser recoil. Now I have to replace the spring for the inertia block with a less K value spring which is thinner wire spring to make it work.
    Lots of taken apart parts and tools are required. Most people would take it to a a gunsmith and be done with it. For me, I just enjoy do this as a hobby.
     
  8. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    lead tape or mechanical triggers. Life is too short.

    HM
     
  9. tedskeet

    tedskeet TS Member

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    use 1 oz.in both barrels that will take care it.
     
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