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Beretta Shotguns

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I have a 391 camo 12 gauge shot gun. The paint is starting to come off, which i dont believe it should.

Do you think they will cover this?

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Sorry, but doubt it. I don't know if guns have a warranty.

However, my Beretta came witha new forearm and stock when I bought it from a guy I know. It faded a weird color and lost its shine in spots, it was manufacturer defect, they sent him new ones, and then he sold it to me. So I would at least try.

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I doubt it but ya never know might get lucky and get a new paint job!

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ya i dont know. Im not a happy camper on it. I sent them a email, but have no response yet. Ill update you as soon as i hear back.

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Take it in to where you bought it. They can send it out to be re-dipped (Covered in new paint, but it is through a dipping process)

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i would like to hear from berreta first before i take any action on that.

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If Berreta can't help you think about putting on DuraCoat. Easy do-it-yourself, relatively in-expensive that gives a permanent finish. There are a few certified gunsmiths that will do it as well if your not comfortable with the process.

It is a matter of de-grease, apply product and you are finished. Just a thought or another option to consider.

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Beretta shotguns used to have 3 yr warranty. I would suggest taking it into scheels (or any authorized Beretta gun dealer experienced with warranty claims) and have them send it in for you. You might be without a gun for 4 - 8 weeks but they will take care of it. Most of the time, you will have to send it in so they can evaluate if the problem was due to abuse or a manufacturing defect.

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thats where i bought it at. But its been longer then 3 years on the gun. You would think they would take it back to fix it. Its a high price gun.

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