They were two entirely different animals no relation at all.Hey is the CVA over under in any way related to the Beretta? I have had several
that I bought with parts from a defunct gun store in Illinois. One was new in
the box. I had a Kodiac double that cost me a lot more but I could hardly hold
it up,over 10 lbs, gave to Son. Just wondered about the CVA double O/U and
the Beretta being related.
Nice collection !
Indeed felt wad was correct.I am afraid you have caused another problem which you will find out
That's just a start of the problems carry onIndeed felt wad was correct.
I am so in debt for his help. Hang on, there was no help!
I have accidentally lost the sealed breach by damaging the screws seat where it seals under the nipple bolster. When that is done gas can still escape from the threads in the breach plug. Pictures later.
Why am I posting this so it can help others.
So now I have to seal the seat under the nipple bolster. Hopefully via a fibre washer or small copper washer.
My quest for a reliable bottom barrel will succeed no thanks to anyone that could of!
I'm glad you said that!I have one of the newer models, I think, built by the company who built them for Beretta. My good friend has one he bought a few decades ago and swears by it for mourning dove. Mine seems to have thicker barrels and isn't quite as lively as his.
I've been playing with my original Belgian, but have thought of getting the o/u jug choked.
Maybe I should pattern it first.