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FS: Beretta 680 series stock bolt

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Over-the-Hill, May 19, 2013.

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  1. Over-the-Hill

    Over-the-Hill Member

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    Just to let everyone know so they don't do what I did. I have a 682 Gold E Sporting and a Gold E trap. The stock bolt for the sporting model is longer than the one for the trap model. I got them mixed up and put the longer one in the trap stock and wound up breaking the back of the trigger off when I tried to tighten it up. The piece that came off was for the safety, so the gun still worked, but a new trigger is about $50 to make it right again. Live and learn..
    OtH
     
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    Thanks over the hill that just saved me a problem with my 686 trap!....BUD
     
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    FWIW, You can do more damage than OtH did and it can cost more to get repaired as well. It might help if the seller posts the actual length of his bolt.
     
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