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Can you identify these trigger parts please.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Brayburn, Nov 30, 2011.

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  1. Brayburn

    Brayburn TS Member

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    Hello all. Can someone identify these trigger parts ?. They all came in a box of assorted new Perazzi parts that came to me secondhand, I have tried to take a few photos with mobile phone and this is the result, any help is appreciated and a thank you to you all. Philip.
     
  2. TOOLMAKER 251

    TOOLMAKER 251 Active Member

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    Parts on left are sears, part on right looks like a sear selector, rod looks too small in dia. to be a cocking rod, maybe a ejector trip rod.
     
  3. beaker100

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    the 2 parts are beretta 680 series connectors. they go between the sear and the trigger. the other piece is a 680 series selector. i do not know what the rod is. doug hubbart gunsmith
     
  4. Neil Winston

    Neil Winston Well-Known Member

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    Could the rod be the one that goes inside the hammer spring on a 682? The one that breaks?

    Neil
     
  5. gun fitter

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    Not sure of the scale by the pictures but the rod looks like a through bolt.
    It also could be an auto safety rod.
     
  6. Brayburn

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    Thank you all again, it never fails to amaze me of how much knowledge is on TS.com about everything and anything when a question or help is asked for. Kind regards to you all. Philip from a dark, wet and windy South West Wales in the UK.
     
  7. mag410

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    It appears to be the same diameter as the pins used 580 series receivers. I think the "rod" is an installation aid for installing these parts and the springs and other various bits and pieces in a Beretta 680 series receiver. I have a similar rod in my Beretta spare parts bag.

    Michael
     
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