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Does anybody other than kolar do a true mechanical trigger convertion on a 682 Beretta

Im not talking about the 80.00 inerta lighter spring job

Kolars site says they will not do the work unless you by a tube set from them.
 

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Mechanical triggers sound good, but they have their problems. If they were superior to interia triggers, everybody would be using them. The best skeet shooters used to shoot tube sets in a Perazzi, and the inertia triggers worked fine.
 

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Believe me, I have shot both inertia and mechanical trigger guns, and I would take mechanical any day of the week. Way less trouble with Mechanical triggers and more consistent. Blaser and Krieghoff have better triggers than most rifles do. If you shoot sub-gauge tubes in an inertia gun, the triggers have to be set very light for the 410, and sometimes double with the 12 ga. The best skeet shooters USED To, but not now.
 

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The lighter spring inertia must work cause everybody & thier Brother will do it But I thought it was interestig that kolar offers a true mechanical trigger ( for 375.00) and was just wondering if anybody else offered that option.
might just have to go with 410 spring inertia deal.
 

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John go on Kolars web site they offer both ways but they will not do it for you unless you buy a tube set from them. which is why I started this thread --was wondering if anybody else out there did a true mechanical for a 682
 
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