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On 9/4/2018 at 11:24 PM, MoonJeong said:

Hi is this confirmed? About to order a barrel! Assuming the a400 ! Not sure if extrema! Will work

Let us know how this goes with A400 barrel

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I also want to hear about the a400 barrel.  I'm itching to get one for duck season!

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Does anyone know what sort of trigger work can be done to the 1301? I'd like to tinker with mine a little, but I'm not really sure where to start.

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Briley MFG is the only one that i know of 

are you having problems ?

Just had to replace the hammer struts in mine real EZ to do.

( gun has over 10k on it first and only issue i've had)

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On 1/18/2019 at 6:36 PM, clw42 said:

Does anyone know what sort of trigger work can be done to the 1301? I'd like to tinker with mine a little, but I'm not really sure where to start.

 

One easy thing to do yourself is To add an over travel adjustment. You can carefully drill a hole in the rear of the trigger guard and thread in a set screw. 

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58 minutes ago, AHI said:

Briley MFG is the only one that i know of 

are you having problems ?

 

No problems at all.  Just looking to make it better.

 

 

40 minutes ago, Blockader said:

One easy thing to do yourself is To add an over travel adjustment. You can carefully drill a hole in the rear of the trigger guard and thread in a set screw. 

 

Cool, thanks.  Didn't think of that.

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1 hour ago, clw42 said:

 

 

 

 

Cool, thanks.  Didn't think of that.

And if you're worried about permanently modifying the gun, you can just superglue a piece of black pencil eraser that will take out most of the over travel onto the back of the trigger guard.

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2 hours ago, Blockader said:

And if you're worried about permanently modifying the gun, you can just superglue a piece of black pencil eraser that will take out most of the over travel onto the back of the trigger guard.

 

 

Very cool.  Thanks!

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Anyone know if anyone makes a taller front sight (F.O. preferred) for a 1301 Comp? I had a rear sight installed on the rib and it’s hitting high with the Hi-viz front I’ve got on there...

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what is the proper sight picture for comp model, mid bead suppose to cover front fiber optic sight?

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7 hours ago, skang said:

what is the proper sight picture for comp model, mid bead suppose to cover front fiber optic sight?

 

My mid bead covers the bottom third of the front fiber & is good out to 100.

 

If the target is small or I'm unsure about the distance I hold that sight picture on the bottom edge of the target

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Beretta 1301- 24 inch is the best one since it is gas operated. I had an xcess v sight put in the rear of the rib for shooting slugs, added a kick off stock from an A400 model, enlarged the loading port as much as possible w/o disturbing the serial number, installed a light mod choke tube (shoots slugs accurately),  added a Nordic components mag extention tube (length is your choice), and added a high viz competition fiber optic sight. Gun works great and cycles very fast. Very competitive gun in 3 gun matches.

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