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Who's work is this? Custom Beretta 391

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by ltctpu, Sep 24, 2011.

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  1. ltctpu

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    Looking for some information and pretty sure that someone on the Forum can help me out.



    I bought this Beretta 391 black gold custom gun w/32" MC choked barrel at auction and there was no history with it.

    I'm intereted in: knowing who the custom maker might be, what the POI range of adjustments most likely are and any other info that someone may know about this gun.



    Thanks Tom Urich

    PS How do the adjustments work? I assumed that the front wedge is spring loaded... but it does't seem to want to move and before I start to apply More Horse Power figure I better ask.

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    Dennis Devault. Look up Devault Industries on the net.
     
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    Yep, it's a DeVualt. Here's the web address: http://www.devaultind.com . Jake
     
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    You got a DeVault super dandy 391. Want to sell it? Email or send PM. gyrine
     
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    that is definatly non other than the handy work of Mr. Dennis Devault. I wish I still had the NCP custom I bought a while ago. You could shoot some serious boomers in that gun and never feel it go off. BYG
     
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    Awesome guns Dennis does a great job with those I have owned two of them a 390 and a 391 wish I still had them !!!!
     
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    Put the gun in a vertical poition and apply some machine oil on the wedge stem. Let it sit for a while and push it back toward the receiver. It would be very hard to damage these parts. Nice Gun!!
     
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    Thanks all for the good info! Regards Tom Urich
     
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    Hey Tom,

    What happens in some cases is a person will install a front bead to the rib and put it in with Red Loctite. If the Loctite drains trought the hole and gets on that shaft is will lock up. I can tell you that we never installed a red front bead like that from here. Soak the shaft with some type of pentrating oil and with the butt stock on the ground use the adjusting tool and smack the end with a hammer. The worst that will happen is you damage the pin and we have those in stock. Let me know how that works out. If you get it loose make sure to clean all the junk out of the hole and lube the shaft with a grease.

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