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Beretta 92 Barrel Threading

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by giggitygiggity, Aug 30, 2013.

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  1. giggitygiggity

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    I want a threaded barrel for my Beretta 92FS. Do I need to buy a threaded barrel or can I simply send in the factory barrel and have it threaded since the factory barrel already extends pas the end of the slide? Threadingan existing barrel is $65 versus $195 for a new threaded barrel. I just don't want to have them thread the factory barrel and there be some sorts of functional issues as a result. Thanks.
     
  2. mstreddy

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    What I did was something in between. At the time I could not find threaded barrels and I did not want to risk the original (silly thoughts) so I found a replacement barrel, and sent it in to Yankee Hill for threading. The did a great job on it and it works flawlessly with or without the can.
     
  3. giggitygiggity

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    Cool. Was the replacement barrel the same size as the factory barrel?
     
  4. rjrivero

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    Adco threaded my Beretta barrel. Functions flawlessly.
     
  5. giggitygiggity

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    Actually Adco is who I would probably end up getting to thread mine. Is anyone running either an Osprey, Tirant, or Octane on their Beretta? Thanks.
     
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    Tornado Tech is also worth a look for barrels or threading.
     
  7. rjrivero

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    I am running an Osprey, SWR Trident-9, Liberty Mystic and Octane .45 on mine from time to time. I have to use a booster on mine. Doesn't like to run without one at all.
     
  8. Ironman

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    I used tornado tech for mine but ADCO is great too. You're gtg with the factory barrel.

    I run my ospreys, tirants, octane, dta, etc on it and it's fine.
     
  9. mstreddy

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    For me it was an original Beretta factory barrel, so same size/length. The beauty of the Beretta 92 is that the barrel extends out enough from the the slide that it can be threaded and works with a can on it. I can snap a pic of it for you if needed.
    As to the can, I'm using a Gemtech Multimount on mine.
     
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