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Beretta AL2 help anyone?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by Milkmaster, Apr 8, 2013.

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  1. Milkmaster

    Milkmaster Member

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    After attending an auction, a work acquaintance of mine presented me with a damaged Beretta AL2 he thought was worth something as a gift to me. The stock is missing, and the recoil spring tube that goes into the stock has been twisted off as you see in the pictures. I have looked it over quite well but cannot for the life of me determine how the tube would be removed for replacement. I do not want to spend a lot of time on something that is impossible to repair. If I can get the tube off, then I might spend some cleaning and finding a new set of furniture for the old shotgun. Any help is appreciated.
     
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    You might want to call Rich Cole - his company is THE go-to Beretta one for repairs and custom work.

    http://www.colegun.com/
     
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    It unscrews out of the back of the receiver.

    The hole in the side is for a pin spanner wrench.

    [​IMG]

    rc
     
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  5. Milkmaster

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    Thanks RC. I got the spanner wrenches. I just wasn't sure if it was threaded or just pressed in the hole etc. It was easier to ask first instead of buggering it up finding out.
     
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    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    I have no idea, true or not??

    But if it won't unscrew with reasonable force??
    Or a swift swat from a ballpeen hammer on the wrench handle?
    Remember, Rightly tighty! Lefty Loosy?

    Hit it with a torch and smoke the Lock-Tight out.
    Justin Case they used some Italian blend thread locker compound on it.

    Yea! I know.
    Whats Justin Case got to do with it??

    [​IMG]

    It's the other Daily Disasters Part!

    rc
     
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