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Beretta 687 and 682 difference

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by dale58, Aug 31, 2012.

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  1. dale58

    dale58 Well-Known Member

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    Is there any difference between the two? I'm looking at the 687 trap combos on JEG's and they are very nice looking guns, but I was wondering what the difference is between a 682 trap combo and a 687 trap combo. I see that the 687's are engraved but other than that are the receivers the same? Thanks guys, Dale
     
  2. Brad Dysinger

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    The 687 has false side plates. The guts of the guns are basicaly the same. I have both and can interchange the blls.

    The stocks won't interchange, both are good 680 series guns. My 687 EELL is 22 years old and my 682 is 28 years old, both still going.

    Brad Dysinger
     
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    The 692 has replaceable wear irons on the sides of the receiver. I do not think the 687 does.

    I always thought of the 682 as the longer wearing of the 2, the 687 prettier because of the side plates.

    HM
     
  4. skeezix

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    A 687 EELL has false sideplates - but a 687 does not. I think JEG puts replaceable shoulder bbls on their 687's. 687's do not normally have replaceable shoulders. The receivers are functionally the same - only difference is adjustable LOP trigger on the 682 (which can be added if you really want to about $100 for parts), and the engraving.
     
  5. Brad Korando

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    The JEG 687 Trap Guns are mechanically the same gun as the 682, and they are fitted with the 682 barrel. They feature upgraded wood with a Monte Carlo stock that I think has slightly different geometry adns checkering pattern than the 682 Monte Carlo stock. The most noticeable difference between the 682 and the JEG 687 is the Silver Pigeon engraving pattern on the sides of the receiver. Also the bottom of the receiver has a custom pattern with the JEG Special logo. The 2013 JEG 687 Trap Guns come standard with the 682 adjustable LOP trigger. Some of the older models of the JEG Trap Guns do not have the adjustable trigger, however they can be fitted with the adjustable trigger if so desired.

    The JEG 687 Trap Gun is a great value and will last every bit as long as the 682 since the parts that matter are in fact the same.

    Hope this info helps.

    Regards,
    Brad
     
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    Current Joel Etchen 687 Trap guns come with barrels with replaceable shoulders, but you never hear of anyone having to replace them. Most work I've ever heard to rebuild a Beretta receiver has been to replace the locking lugs, and maybe the barrel trunnions (or just switch sides).


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  7. dale58

    dale58 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks guys, can always count on the people on this site to have the answers your looking for. Dale
     
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