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Kylersk

My Beretta Urika 2 gun barrel just blew...

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I decided to shoot my last 3 weeks last night. Got through the first 2 courses and was on the second stand of my 3rd round. I figure I must have shot about 115 rounds yesterday before the barrel on my gun blew out.

I brought it back to Gander, where I bought it this past spring, new. The gun smith virtually guaranteed that Beretta will do nothing about it and I'll have to drop another $400 for a new barrel.

Just about everyone I talk to thinks a wad must have been stuck in the barrel. Only a couple thought it might be a barrel defect..

I was using Estate brand sporting rounds and NOT reloaded rounds.

What are the chances one of the companies will cover this repair? Or am I out another $400?

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Cut it off and have choke tubes re-installed. $100, or so. Ahlman's in Morristown, or Gander can do it for you. Not fun, but it's broke and needs to be fixed - do it sooner than later.

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Holy (can't say the word)! I would think that if you give Beretta CS a call they would at least be willing to talk to you. They make a good product and should stand behind it. That would scare the poooop out of me.

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Yikes, I guess talking to Estates manufacturer would be another avenue, but I bet in the end you will get the blame game round around... and still be out $400...

That stinks it happened. Good luck in a bad situation. At least you nor anyone else was hurt.

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I guess that a letter from a lawyer would do more than get you a new barrel. Go to a real gunsmith and get an opinion on what caused it and then check back on this forum. That just ain't right.

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I got great news today. Just called Beretta and they shipped the gun back to GM. They replaced the barrel under warranty!

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Is that a heavy duty barrel or the standard one? The metal looks awfully thin.

You'd be surprise at how easy it can be to blow a rifle on automatic shooting. All you have to do is act like you're in a movie and spray left and right. One round will lodge in a hot barrel and the second round will blow. That's the good scenario.

The bad scenario is an immediate detonation just as the round is loaded into the chamber.

It's a very small percentage but it does happen.

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I got great news today. Just called Beretta and they shipped the gun back to GM. They replaced the barrel under warranty!

Good to hear they took care of you. I've heard good things about their customer service. So I'm not surprised.

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Great they took care of you. I have to ask, what was it like when that baby blew??? That had to be a little nasty...

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