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FS- Beretta safety

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Doug Brown, Oct 9, 2011.

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  1. Doug Brown

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    Complete safety for Beretta 682- $25
  2. mag410

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    Blued? Matte? Silver? Non-selective? Selective: Left hole? Right hole? No hole?
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    Blued, selective. Don't know what you mean left, right, no-hole?
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    you have mail
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    are you selling just the safety button?
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    Beretta parts breakdown calls it a "selective safety"
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    Doug,
    Would you be so kind as to click on the link above and tell me what part number it is that you are selling?

    Thanks,
    Chip
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    Beretta selective safeties are available in several versions. Trap and skeet safeties have a hole/holes that a screw can be inserted into that locks the barrel selector.

    Bottom barrel selector has a hole on the right side of the selector button.

    Top barrel selector has hole on the left side of the selector button, for a top single.

    Some have two holes so that either barrel can be selected and locked.

    Field and sporting safeties do not have a hole to lock the selector.

    Michael
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    #51 This does not have the lock down screw.
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