Beretta 682 / DT-10 / A300 Ultima Forearm Lock Lever & PX4 Safety Retaining Pin
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Beretta 682 / DT-10 / A300 Ultima Forearm Lock Lever & PX4 Safety Retaining Pin

Code: C97060
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Product Description

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Description: Beretta 682 / DT-10 / A300 Ultima Forearm Lock Lever & PX4 Safety Retaining Pin. Crafted from a matte blued steel, this retaining pin is made by Beretta for 682 (all gauges), DT-10 (12 gauge) and A300 Ultima (20 gauge) shotgun models as well as the PX4 pistol. For the shotguns, the pin retains the forearm lock lever component while in the PX4 pistol the pin retains the safety mechanism. Keep your favorite Beretta firearm running like new with quality factory-original parts straight from Beretta.

Manufacturer: Beretta

Note: It is recommended that all Beretta parts be installed by a qualified and trained gunsmith.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Brand: Beretta
  • Caliber: 9mm,.40 S&W,.45 ACP
  • Finish / Color: Matte Blued
  • Firearm Type: Pistol,Shotgun
  • Gauge: 12 Gauge,20 Gauge,28 Gauge,.410 Bore
  • Material: Steel
  • Models Fit: Beretta PX4,Beretta 680 Series,Beretta DT10,Beretta A300 Ultima

Specifications

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  • Brand: Beretta
  • Caliber: 9mm,.40 S&W,.45 ACP
  • Finish / Color: Matte Blued
  • Firearm Type: Pistol,Shotgun
  • Gauge: 12 Gauge,20 Gauge,28 Gauge,.410 Bore
  • Material: Steel
  • Models Fit: Beretta PX4,Beretta 680 Series,Beretta DT10,Beretta A300 Ultima

Customer Ratings & Reviews

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2
Ratings Snapshot
4.5
out of 5
5 (1)
4 (1)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (0)
Would recommend this product.
100%
4.5
out of 5
5 (1)
4 (1)
3 (0)
2 (0)
1 (0)
Would recommend this product.
100%
2 Total Reviews
Exactly what was needed.
5 out of 5
Inphernix
Location: Portland Oregon
Date: October 21, 2021
Grabbed an extra pin as a backup when modifying and changing out the de-cocker lever on my PX4 Storm Fullsize. Was a wise precaution. Getting a pin out without damage isnt too bad, but seating the pin without the proper tool to make it easy, well.. not so much. But when you have everything you need, it was a straight forward process. Even managed to save the other pin, so now I have a backup that, if I ever have, or want, to change the levers again; and the pin gets lost or accidentally damaged; I have another in my kit that will allow for a fast repair and fix. Which is always nice to have, just in case. Gotta love the modular nature of the PX4, and good quality parts within quick reach!
Recommended
Works well
4 out of 5
Al
Location: Middle, GA
Date: July 9, 2021
I had to get another 2mm x 10mm roll pin after I bent the one I took out of the gun when I was changing the decocking lever (and converting to a G model). Lessons learned: make sure you have the wing with the spring pressed all the way in...and are able to hold it there while driving the pin back in. I thought I had the first time, but I did not. Hence the bent pin. Also, having the proper tool helped tremendously. Mayhew's Pro 25015 pilot punch worked much better than that other starter punches I had on my bench. Very fast shipping, by the way. Thanks!
Recommended
2 Total Reviews