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Beretta Trigger shoe screws

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Pacemaker, Dec 27, 2008.

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  1. Pacemaker

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    I am looking for the small screws that fit a Beretta 682 trigger shoe. Beretta has backordered for three months. Cole replied that there are two sizes. Does anyone have any to sell? Thanks, Tim Miller
     
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    What size are they? You might be able to use an allen head set screw.Such as the one used to hold the Trap Special rib in place on the Krieghoff. Check at your local hardware store or Fastenal. Hope this helps, Roy
     
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    What size are they? You might be able to use an allen head set screw.Such as the one used to hold the Trap Special rib in place on the Krieghoff. Check at your local hardware store or Fastenal. Hope this helps, Roy
     
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    I went though this. You need to know if your gun is an early/recent model, The screws have different head sizes. I ordered from Coles they wouldnt send through the mail sent UPS.
     
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    Grunt,

    Do you know where the age break is on earlier and recent? Thanks
    Tim Miller
     
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    About 1984/85 I believe. You could check out the Blue Book It will put you in the ball park.
     
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