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Can anyone direct me to a source for a disassembly manual for the Beretta 682? I would like to learn to work on mine. I need more than an exploded parts view diagram. A video or web site with info would also be useful. I don't mind paying.

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I don't think such a thing exists. Is there anything specific you need help with? There are a lot of people here that should be able to help.
 

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Thanks Skeet Man;as I said I want to learn to work on my 682. I just had all the springs replaced and I think I could do it with a little instruction. Surely all gunsmiths don't learn by trial and error. There must be a manual somewhere??

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You might search UTube just for grins. Found a video there that helped me with my Mossberg trigger assembly. Might not be anything there, but...

Have you tried eBay for a manual?
 

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I was also a little nervous when I first tore down my 682. But I did it just fine and didn't muck anything up. I have never heard of a video or training manual but something like that probably does exist.

The schematic on Coles site is helpful, but even better is good light, magnified lenses if you have trouble seeing fine detail up close and a digital camera. Go slow and take pictures of how the parts fit together before you dissassemble them and also get a clear understanding of how the parts function. Lay the parts out in order of removal in a tray that will keep them from getting lost.

You don't need a bunch of specialty tools (there are a couple screws you will want exact fitting driver bits for)and nothing in the gun requires much force to remove. Most of the pins push out with finger pressure.

It really isn't as difficult as you might think.
 

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Looks like this is only a couple of pages, but still could be useful.

http://www.auctionarms.com/search/displayitem.cfm?itemnum=8838406&oh=216543

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