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Need 682 repaired

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by lilboss1970, Mar 11, 2012.

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  1. lilboss1970

    lilboss1970 Member

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    Need to get my 682 repaired, broke an ejector this past weekend. Any suggestions on who does a good job and quick turn around. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Shawn

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    Philip does a good job. He did one while I waited at last years Grand on my 682.

    Shawn
     
  3. Pull Bang

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    Cut and past these two URL in your browser. Check them out, give them a call. You will not go wrong with either of these two.


    Allems installed the roller release in my 682, very good work. Allems is located in Pennsylvania.

    www.allemsguncraft.com



    Cole also has worked on my 682. (ejector and firing pin work) They also do very good work. Cole is located in Main.

    www.colegun.com



    Frank
     
  4. wolfram

    wolfram Well-Known Member

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    No doubt the outfits mentioned above can do a good job but replacing an ejector (and spring) is really not too difficult on the 680 series guns. Very reasonable DIY repair that can save you a bunch of time and $$$.
     
  5. minnship8

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    Changing the ejector on a 680 should be a less than 30 second job, literally. That includes the time to remove your forend and take the barrel off.


    The video above is 1:53 and he does both barrels...slowly.

    Call Cole, get the ejector (and spring if you want) shipped to you and it will take longer to walk to the mailbox and open the package than it will to replace the ejector.

    Good Luck,

    Chip
     
  6. Calkidd

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    I would second doing this your self. It does not require any fitment and it can easily be done.

    Bryan
     
  7. skeezix

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    I don't think this is a DIY. Ejectors are easy enough to pull and clean - but, I believe, new ejectors are soft. They have to be fit, timed, and then heat treated. Coles charges $120/ejector for this.

    john
     
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    Doesnt the ejector have to be cut for the shell rim? Ones ive seen are just a blank that needs to be fitted and cut. Is there something new?
     
  9. skeezix

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    grunt - I believe you are correct.
     
  10. minnship8

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    Thanks for the info guys, never would have known that...

    Chip
     
  11. jimbo9910

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    push your injector in about half way turn it upword comes rite out
    watch for the spring
     
  12. Ray Collins

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    It is a drop-in item.


    Doc
     
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    Well, Who is right?????
     
  14. skeezix

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    This is from Coles website:

    Beretta 680 Series Part Number 005 Lower extractor (right hand) Ejector (They have to be fitted) These are raw parts need fitting and heat treating....

    680 Series Part Number 006 Upper extractor (left hand) Ejector (They have to be fitted and heat treated) Full schematic in high resolution PDF

    Fit, finish and heat treat ejector on Beretta OU....... $120

    Whether or not you can buy heat treated ejectors I don't know. I don't know how hard they are after heat treating - but the normal quick test for hardness is if you can file it - it hasn't been hardened. If they have been hardened it would make them difficult to time (adjusting the tail of the ejector) or fit. I'm not sure about the rebate for the rim of the hull - I seem to recall those are not cut in either (Until the surface of the ejector is fit flush to the face of the bbls - you wouldn't know how deep to cut the rim rebate.

    Brownells is the USA supplier for Beretta parts - you could call them and ask if they have a drop in ejector. for the 680 series.

    I had a friend who had ejectors replaced on a 682 Gold E - not by Coles. They didn't last 2 seasons. I have always wondered if they were not heat-treated. He had Coles replace them and they've been fine since.
     
  15. w762nato

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    Let me know how you make out I have two of the raw ejectors, thought I could do it my self have a Gold E that been laid up over a year. I would send it to Coles find out if they just need the barrels.
    Sounds like a Beretta weakness. Reminds me of some Mopar cars of the 50's balast resister always screwing up wouldn't start if the humidity was over 50%. Knock my hat off to Email
    Hope the new one lasts longer. Jan
     
  16. skeezix

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    They would need the whole un. The ejectors have to be timed so that they eject at the right point when the gun is opened. This is done by removing metal from the tail of the ejector where it contacts the forearm levers.
     
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