GOLD PLATED TRIGGER
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE – 77 – A39177, AL39177, A391LIGHT77
PART NUMBER – C58931 for 391
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE – 77 – A39077, AL39077, A390LIGHT77
PART NUMBER – C55300 for 390
Beretta shotgun part GOLD PLATED TRIGGER for A391, AL391, A391LIGHT
The Beretta 391 shotgun is a semi-automatic shotgun that is popular among hunters and sport shooters. The gold-plated trigger is a cosmetic feature that adds an aesthetic touch to the shotgun. It does not affect the performance of the shotgun in any way.
The Beretta 391 is a semi-automatic shotgun that is popular among hunters and sport shooters. It has an aluminum receiver, which reduces the weight of the gun. The magazine holds three rounds, providing a total capacity of four rounds, which can be reduced using a magazine plug. The Beretta AL391 is mechanically like its predecessor, the AL390, but has a slimmer fore-end and a different shaped stock.
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It is important to clean your Beretta semi-automatic shotgun. According to Beretta, it is recommended that you clean your shotgun after each shooting session. It is important not to oil the gas system (piston, piston valve, elastic piston ring, or body that is attached to barrel) as this will create carbon buildup - just keep this area clean.
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Owning a Beretta shotgun is a source of pride for many firearms enthusiasts. These finely crafted firearms are known for their reliability and performance, making them a favorite among hunters and sport shooters alike. However, owning a Beretta shotgun comes with the responsibility of proper maintenance. Regular cleaning and care not only ensure the longevity of your firearm but also enhance its performance. In this essay, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to clean a Beretta shotgun.
Step 1: Gather Your Cleaning Supplies
Before you start cleaning your Beretta shotgun, it's essential to gather all the necessary cleaning supplies. You will need:
1. Cleaning rod
2. Bore brush and cleaning patches (appropriate caliber for your shotgun)
3. Bore snake
4. Cleaning solvent
5. Gun oil or lubricant
6. Cleaning brushes and picks
7. Microfiber cloth
8. Screwdrivers and tools for disassembly (if required)
Step 2: Safety First
Before handling any firearm, it's crucial to ensure that the shotgun is unloaded and the chamber is empty. Double-check to confirm that there is no ammunition nearby. Safety should always be your top priority when working with firearms.
Step 3: Disassemble Your Shotgun (if necessary)
Depending on the model of your Beretta shotgun, you may need to partially disassemble it for thorough cleaning. Consult your firearm's manual for specific instructions on disassembly. Pay close attention to any pins, levers, or buttons that need to be manipulated for disassembly.
Step 4: Clean the Barrel
The barrel of your Beretta shotgun is where most of the fouling and residue accumulate. Start by attaching a bore brush to your cleaning rod and dip it in cleaning solvent. Run the brush through the barrel several times to loosen and remove any built-up dirt and powder residue. Follow this by running cleaning patches through the barrel until they come out clean. A bore snake can also be used for this purpose.
Step 5: Clean the Action and Receiver
Use a cleaning brush and solvent to clean the action and receiver of your shotgun. Pay attention to areas that accumulate residue, such as the bolt and trigger assembly. A small, soft brush can be useful for getting into tight spaces. Wipe away excess solvent and residue with a clean cloth.
Step 6: Lubrication
After cleaning, it's crucial to lubricate the moving parts of your shotgun to ensure smooth operation. Apply a small amount of gun oil or lubricant to key areas like the bolt, action, and trigger mechanism. Be sure not to over-lubricate, as excess oil can attract dust and dirt.
Step 7: Reassemble Your Shotgun (if necessary)
If you disassembled your shotgun for cleaning, carefully reassemble it following the instructions in your firearm's manual. Ensure that all parts are properly aligned and secured.
Step 8: Exterior Cleaning
Clean the exterior of your Beretta shotgun with a microfiber cloth to remove any fingerprints, smudges, or dirt. This step helps maintain the aesthetics of your firearm.
Regularly cleaning and maintaining your Beretta shotgun is essential for ensuring its longevity and reliability. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can keep your shotgun in top-notch condition. Remember always to prioritize safety and consult your firearm's manual for specific cleaning and maintenance instructions. Proper care of your Beretta shotgun will not only preserve its value but also allow you to enjoy its superior performance for years to come.
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