Owner’s Manuals. Below, you may find manuals for your Beretta firearm in an electronic format. You may also order a hard copy if desired. Owner’s Manuals. Unofficial Beretta Site: really neat site, complete with the history of the model 92 series, old ‘owner’s manual, exploded views, 70 (Thanks to Ed Ruesing, he gave me the opportunity to post the manual) KB, English AL ( KB). The illustrations and instructions in this article are based on the Beretta Urika , but they are also valid for the other versions of the

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Tighten it with the multiple spanner. The piston part 48 normally remains on the magazine cap shaft part 45but if the gun is dirty it may stick inside the gas cylinder on the barrel.

With the spring out, you can turn the gun up and let the follower part 41 fall out. In fact, if you only use your gun for hunting, and you use fairly clean-burning shells, you might get away with never disassembling it.

New ‘s come with a pair of “valve hook wrenches” part to loosen the valve counter nut part and remove the valve nut part The firearm is loaded and ready to fire. The recoil spring needs to be replaced periodically, because it weakens with use.

Beretta AL391 Teknys Gold Target Owner Manual (Spanish)

How often they need cleaning depends on how clean-burning your ammo is. The matted anti-glare black-finish of the upper and lower urkka of the receiv- er highlight the bright finish of the sides to confer to the Beretta AL Urika a new appearance and distinctive character. Parts diagrams and owner’s manuals: Mon Feb 26, 4: The exhaust valve assembly remains attached to the gas cylinder, thus allowing easy and quick disassembly and reassembly of the shotgun.

Put the base of the hammer near its final position at the front end of the trigger plate and move the other end down to the sear, so the hammer is in the cocked position. Replacing the firing pin or its spring: Blacktrail, I use the Wondersocket.

These operations must be carried out by a competent gunsmith. Older forend nuts do not have the mysterious ring, veretta that it was part of a design change, and that is why it does not show up on the parts diagram. As far as I’m concerned, that is an open udika. Always keep your fin- gers away from the trigger and keep the trigger free from any contact when you do not intend to fire. Be careful not to damage the threaded surfaces with excessive rubbing.


Beretta AL Teknys Gold Target Owner Manual (Spanish)

Mon Jun 11, 5: The stock drop and cast of the spacer c must always correspond to those of the metal plate j. This is what Beretta uses. Excess oil and grease obstructing the bore even partially are very dangerous when firing and may cause damages to the shotgun and serious injury to the shooter and bystanders.

Magnum cartridges and particularly Super Magnum 3″ shotshells produce a high amount of combustion gases.

Check that the fore-end is perfectly centered on the receiver face. The cap must be heated to release the thread locker. The illustrations and descriptions given in this brochure are intended as a general guide only, and must not be taken as binding. Thanks, this was a great help to me. beretta

Drive out the roll pin Beretta calls it “hammer spring guide spring pin”and the Hammer Spring Guide, Spring, and Plunger will come right out. Never let the muzzle of a firearm point at any part of your body or at another person. The forend nut Beretta calls it fore-end cap, part 55 is the most ridiculously over-engineered mechanism I have aal391 seen.

U r i k a – Beretta AL Urika – Bev Fitchett’s Guns Magazine

Shooting at the surface of water or at a rock or mamual er hard surface increases ao391 chance of ricochets or fragmentation of the bullet or shot, which can result in the projectile striking an unintended or peripheral target. The firearm is now loaded with a cartridge in the chamber and the safety is engaged. To take everything out, you first have to remove the mysterious “phantom” ring that does not appear on the diagrams.

It is a lot easier to get the bolt back in if the trigger group is out – with the trigger in, it can be hard to get manuall connecting rod into the recoil spring guide. That might be too big for a 20 gauge gun. Page 1 of 9.

The first sign of clogged ports is weak ejection – the empty hulls will land closer to the shooter’s feet, and eventually will fail to get all the way out of the receiver. I have never removed the Trigger Spring and its Guide Plunger, because as far as I can tell the end of the plunger needs to be swaged like a rivet, and if you ever have to take it out beetta probably should put a new one in.


The safety button is held in place by a plunger and spring on the right side. A manuaal of mine puts it in the other way on purpose, because he says he can clean the gas ports without taking the valve apart that way.

Check that the firearm is unloaded by looking through the ejection port, the loading gate and the chamber. The parts in the illustration will go back into the nut in clockwise order: My original twisted one wobbles like a table with one leg shorter than the other 3 legs.

Tue Feb 27, 2: Always store your firearms securely and unloaded, separate from ammunition.

You should now be able to work the bolt up and down, compressing the recoil spring, by holding onto the operating rod. Tue Feb 27, 7: The safety has been removed from the gun illustrated, because it is dedicated to clay shooting only. There are two pins that get loose and can fall out while the hammer is in the “fired” position. They come together at the rear smaller end, and stand apart at the front end, one on each side of the hammer. I think my friend cleans his shaft every time he shoots, anyway.

When the safety button shows the red ring, the firearm is in the FIRE position. The focus of this article is disassembly and reassembly, not cleaning and maintenance, although I make a few comments on those issues. If the shotgun is not unloaded, unload it as described in the chapter “U nloading the firearm”.

Put the holes in the hammer braces over the studs on the sides of the hammer, and hold it all together while you put the small ends of the braces they should be together into the hole where the hammer spring guide plunger will go later.