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F/S: Beretta 68x Double Release Trigger Assy

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Jan 18, 2011.

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    For Sale: Beretta 68X (680, 682, 686, 687) Double release trigger assembly. This is the complete trigger assembly, as shown, that was converted to double release. Release hooks stamped PGS, which according to my research is/was Pauls Gun Shop. Does not have adjustable trigger blade, but you can buy a retrofit package from Joel Etchen for $95 to accomplish that if you have to have it. Trigger group has been ultrasonically cleaned, and re-oiled, and should be in top shape. Both sides work correctly as release triggers, and if you remove the release hooks, both sides work correctly as pull triggers. May require gunsmith fitting depending on your gun, or may be drop in. Great way to try double release triggers without having to have your original triggers modified, or keep as a spare/backup. I'm sure you could have this converted back to pull/pull without too much trouble if you were so inclined.

    Cheapest place I could find online for a Beretta 68x double release was $500 (and that was 2008 prices), and that was to convert YOUR trigger group, and did not include the complete trigger assembly as well.

    Price for this group is $500 shipped to you, and that is for the complete assembly as shown. I would have to guess if you wanted to recreate what I have for sale, it would cost you at least $1k, if you could get the trigger group from Beretta. 3 day inspection to verify condition and functionality (the fact that the assy may require gunsmith fitting to your action/stock is not an acceptable reason for return, since that possibility has already been outlined, so please be aware of that fact before you purchase).

    Happy to answer any questions, or take additional pictures upon request.

    Interesting trades considered.
     
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