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Greetings all! I purchased a Beretta 682 Gold E a few months ago. One thing I didn't notice at the time of purchase is that the barrel selector switch was drilled and has a very small screw in place to lock it into bottom barrel position. I can still move it to turn the safety on/off.

If I remove that screw, am I going to cause damage? I've been using the gun for sporting clays more and more and don't want to have to keep flipping my chokes for the long-short then short-long shots.

Thanks!
 

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The screw locks the selector, it does not lock off the safety.

You will need to remove it completely if you want to be able to select the barrels, and no damage will occur by removing it. Most Berettas don't even have this screw.
 

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I think it was put in because we lefthanders complained about sweeping the selector when opening the action....
 

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Your 682 Gold E was an unsingle combo. That screw is there so that you fire the bottom barrel or unsingle first. Take it out.
Mike Battista
 
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