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They will fit, but as birdtracker said, some fitting may be required, which should be checked by a professional (legal disclaimer). The other thing you need to be aware of is that the rib is likely a different height than the trap barrel, as a result you may have trouble with the comb height. Bill Malcolm
 
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When trying out a new set of barrels on a Bretta 680 series action, don't force anything. Gently close the barrels to the action and don't slam the forearm on. I've seen both done and getting them apart can be a bit of a booger.

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As your Beretta barels wear, the locking pins will become loose. The fix is replacement pins of a larger size. Think there are 4 different sizes. If I bought a used barrel set I would want to check the pin holes to see they were the same. I have a 686 single barrel and a 682 O/U, the barrels fit interchangeably, but one set of pins are the original and the other 2 sizes up; 686 wear. I have yet to shoot the barrels interchangably. Expect I will get the 686 barrel holes welded and re drilled to fit introductory pins and then will interchange the barrels. Hoipe this helps.

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Hey 22 Hornet I'm recovering from cataract surgery and just discoverer I can see again. I'm trying to change one of my Trap guns around a little to try on those sporting birds. Wish me luck, or better yet pray for me.
 
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