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Old 03-24-2014, 11:37 AM   #11
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Beretta recommends replacing the locking block after......(can't recall the exact number off hand) say 15k rounds. In addition, the newer locking blocks are supposed to be stronger.


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Originally Posted by JonM View Post
IThey fail at the locking block long before the barrel itself will let loose.



When i was doing the armorer thing I sent m9's to depot if the locking block was cracked or broken for barrel inspection as I didn't have tools for that. Replace a block yes, inspect a barrel properly no. I didn't take chances with my buddy's weapons.




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