MID BEAD 400 SHOTGUN
SCHEMATIC REFERENCE – 2, 2A – A400XM2, A400XP2, A400XS2, A400XS202, A400BE2, 1301COMP2A
PART NUMBER - C5E690
Beretta shotgun part MID BEAD 400 SHOTGUN for A400XM, A400XP, A400XS, A400XS20, A400BE, 1301COMP
A mid bead on a shotgun has two purposes: to estimate the POI (point of impact) of a new gun and to check the consistency of a gun mount. The position of the eye relative to the rib indicates the approximate POI of the center of patterns. When the eye is above the surface of the rib, the gun’s POI is above its point of aim. After confirming that the shotgun is properly fitted to the shooter, the mid bead is not used since a properly fitted shotgun should mount pointing correctly.
Note: It is recommended that all BERETTA PARTS be installed by a QUALIFIED and trained gunsmith.
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BERETTA SHOTGUN A400 MODEL CODES:
Beretta Shotgun A400BE Black Edition
Beretta Shotgun A400LC Lite Comp
Beretta Shotgun A400LS Lite Synthetic
Beretta Shotgun A400UL Ultra Lite
Beretta Shotgun A400UP Upland
Beretta Shotgun A400XA Xplor Action
Beretta Shotgun A400XAS Xplor Action Left
Beretta Shotgun A400XM Xcel Multitarget
Beretta Shotgun A400XP Xcel Parallel Target
Beretta Shotgun A400XS Xcel Sporting
Beretta Shotgun A400 Xtreme Xtrema
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.
Beretta Shotgun Semi-Auto Cleaning Tutorial.
Let Cole Gunsmith Casey show you how a professional gunsmith cleans a Beretta semi-automatic shotgun
Below are some quick simple tips:
1. Make sure your gun is UNLOADED and the action is EMPTY to avoid accidental discharge and the barrel is pointed in a safe direction.
2. Field strip your shotgun.
3. Clean the bore, clean the gas ports, clean the choke tube threads occasionally, wipe off the rest of it.
4. Soak the bolt assembly and the trigger assembly occasionally for about 15 minutes, about every 2,000 rounds or so.
5. Spray the piston, elastic piston seal and magazine tube with Beretta Gun Oil.
6. Ensure that the piston glides freely on the magazine tube.
7. To clean the walls of the gas cylinder, spray the walls with Beretta Gun Oil and clean thoroughly with a bronze brush.
8. Shotgun reassembly.
9. Check the controls of your shotgun.
10. Spray the gun with gun treatment and let it sit, then wipe.