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Beretta Parts

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Joe Woods, Jul 18, 2010.

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  1. Joe Woods

    Joe Woods Well-Known Member

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    Looking for a Beretta Model 390 Piston Complete, Gun is a field model. Purchased in 1996.
    Need new piston assembly complete.
    Do I need original or aftermarket. What should I pay.
    Availability.????

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
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    Joe the gas pistons are the same for a 303 and 390 so they are pretty easy to find. Try Cole guns and make sure you tell them you need it complete with snap ring and hub. If no luck i have a few around that are used.
     
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    BAD 303,
    The gas piston for the 303 and 390 are are not the same,they are different part numbers in the parts catalog and the difference being the 303 piston is
    .153 of an inch longer overall than the 390.

    Best Regards,
    Harold Steen
     
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    Harold i stand corrected. I own three 390's and two of them have 303 pistons in them. I bought both used but when i checked them they both mic'd the same as my 303's. I then got my new 390 gold out of the safe and guess what it is shorter. Does anyone know if the 390 will function correctly with a 303 piston?
     
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    I can do that but would rather not say they will work all the time as gas guns can work for one guy and then another have problems. There are also guys that have guns that have the gas ports in their barrel opened up and that might be affected by the longer 303 piston. I know it has worked in these two guns but the limited anmount of shells i have shot thru either is not a good indicator in my book. I am just getting these two 390's put together with wood and barrels the way i want them and thus have shot them very little. I am going to mill one of the pistons down to the same height as the original 390 pistons. It only takes .150 off the 303 piston to make them the same height.
     
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