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How To Clean a Beretta UGB 25?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by tweintraub, Feb 17, 2012.

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  1. tweintraub

    tweintraub Member

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    Sorry to bother this board with a shotgun cleaning question but the documentation and online videos and other related materials don't adequately cover how to properly clean this gun. I have Beretta 391s and was wonder if the trigger group comes out the same way. I'm just afraid with all of the moving parts I wouldn't get this thing back together again. From what I can tell, folks are just cleaning the bore and the areas that you can see and using a very light lubrication. Is there a need to break this down farther on a regular basis and clean the other parts?

    Thanks T.I.
     
  2. JohnnyF903

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    T.I.

    Yes the trigger assembly on the UGB-25 comes out the same as the 391 assembly comes out. Make sure the gun is cocked, knock the one pin out, slide it fordward and out. I had one of the guns for a short time and took mine out, however I did not pull the bold assembly out. It does not look like there would be vary much to it, however I believe a pin has to be pushed in or punched out to get the bolt assembly out.
    Hope this helps

    Johnny
     
  3. tweintraub

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    Much appreciated.
     
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    If you have the instructions that came with it,it shows how.If not let me know
     
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    I have had a UGB25 for several years now, and I virtually never take the trigger group out.

    Keep in mind that the gun is not a gas/auto, so no combustion particles or gasses are circulated through the action. In this sense (and several others) the gun is very much like a O/U.

    Every couple of thousand shells, I spray a lot of brake cleaner into the receiver followed by compressed air, and then I spray in a small amount of RemOil. The gun continues to work just fine.

    Ted K.
     
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    Beretta recommends every 1000 rounds to pull trigger and bolt in UGB.
     
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