Broken Shotgun

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  1. noweil

    noweil Elite Refuge Member

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    Send it back to Beretta.
     
  2. Turbodiesel01

    Turbodiesel01 New Member

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    I called Beretta and the guy I spoke with said he didn’t think that drops or falls would be under warranty but he did send me a link to ship it to have it looked at so they can determine if it’s covered.
     
  3. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Where is this broken shotgun located?
    Perhaps this is an opportunity in disguise.
     
  4. Turbodiesel01

    Turbodiesel01 New Member

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    Northwest Suburbs Cook County
     
  5. Turbodiesel01

    Turbodiesel01 New Member

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    My brother and I are going to attempt to fix it this week and see what happens. If I fail at it then I’ll ship it off. At least I’ll get a chance to learn more about the gun:)
     
  6. Turbodiesel01

    Turbodiesel01 New Member

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    Thanks for the help, I’ll keep updated!
     
  7. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    Wrap the receiver up good. Leather would be best. Use a vice but not too tight. Center punch the bolt and take it slow on the drill. Spray it with oil. Use new bit if you can.
    If you have a heat gun use that to get the locktite warm. Should come out ez.
    It's just a stuck bolt but be aware you can scratch or dent Betsy real easily. Light touch.
     
  8. zeus

    zeus Elite Refuge Member

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    If you fail at fixing it yourself and send it back to Beretta they will not do it under warranty claim and you will be responsible for all cost.
     
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    auto5 Elite Refuge Member

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    Learnt today Beretta has shat for warranty

    It’s not like you beat the dayum thing against a tree
     
  10. rism

    rism Elite Refuge Member

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    So how did the home repair go ???
     

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