Using the wrong type of oil to lubricate your gun can result in firing problems.
By Jason Harris
Monday, 23 July 2012
Gunsmith: This problem concerned a nice Beretta 682 Gold E. The gun, which cost somewhere around the £2,500 mark when new, doesn’t appear to have done that much work and is in quite good condition.
As such, it would still probably fetch around £1,800 on the second-hand shelf of any dealer.
The gun actually belongs to a friend of a friend and he brought it into the workshop as he had experienced what he thought was either an occasional misfire or a problem with the barrel selector. Here’s what we found.
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