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Procedure for removing extractor on 682 Beretta?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Scoutman 06, Oct 19, 2011.

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  1. Scoutman 06

    Scoutman 06 Active Member

    Aug 28, 2006
    I have a 682 Beretta that I have been shooting off & on since 2003 & I have never removed the extractors & springs when cleaning the gun. Is this necessary periodically & if so how do you remove the extractors? They seem to have a similar design to a Perazzi but no button to remove to slide the extractors out. Thanks in advance, John
  2. mag410

    mag410 Active Member

    Jan 29, 1998
    NE Mississippi
    You push it in about half way and twist it out. There is a notch in the slot the ejector runs in that matches a projection on the ejector.

    I use a thick cloth to push and twist as the edges are pretty sharp. The cloth also helps to catch the ejector, ejector pin, and spring which will disappear, never to be seen again, if you are not careful.

    Michael Goines
  3. andydoc

    andydoc TS Member

    Sep 16, 2011
    ...while you have the ejectors out, knock those sharp corners off with a knife sharpening stone...
  4. hwy13

    hwy13 Member

    Aug 20, 2010
    Hello Scoutman ,

    Several of us Beretta 682 folks will take a pair of side cutters &
    cut off about three coils of the spring - one end only.

    This prevents a lot of breakage of the ejectors , there is no need to throw
    the empty hulls 40 feet behind you.

    Do not break off a Q - tip in the hole where the spring goes, find a small
    diameter Q-tip to clean the inside of the spring hole.
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