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Beretta Extractor/Ejector Conversion Kit SPF

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Ray Collins, Aug 22, 2013.

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    These are fore-end iron levers that were modified by Cole's Gunsmithing to change the Beretta 600 series shotguns to extractors. The installation is very simple and not permanent. I used them on my 682 and changed back and forth from ejector to extractor dependant on whether shooting re-loads or "factory throw-aways". Cole's charged me $13.79 X 2 = $27.58 for the levers plus $50 labor to modify them = $77.58. I offer them for $50 including shipping.
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    Please feel free to ask any questions.


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    I have had several inquiries regarding the difficulty of installing the fore-arm levers so I thought it would help if I offered an explanation. It is a very simple process. Please refer to "Beretta Shotgun Parts" at Cole's Gunsmithing web site for a schematic with parts numbers and follow my narrative:


    First you remove the forend iron (two screws) from the forearm wood(Note: leave the nuts burried in the forearm wood). Next remove the retainer screws(#018) on the sides of the forend iron where the levers mount. This will allow the plungers(#019)and springs(#020) to be removed(Note: they are under spring tension so be careful--they may jump out). The pivots (#021) can be removed and the fore-end levers exchanged. Installationn is the reverse--Super Simple.


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    Thanks to everyone who made offers; I responded to your PM's.


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    PM's answered again...


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    The levers have been sold pending funds. Thanks to everyone who inquired about them.



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