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 Posted 11/15/2013 12:14:47 PM
 

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I have had a Beretta A391 now for about 3 years or so and I noticed yesterday that where the shells eject from, the shells are hitting/knicking the ejection port area causing it to basically erode this area down where the shells fly out of. Wondering if any other owners/users are seeing this happening to their gun or is it just mine and I should take it in and get it looked at? I would say it has eroded this part of the ejection port probably 1/16th of an inch.  Just wondering what other's have seen in regards to this. Thanks all
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 Posted 11/15/2013 7:53:29 PM
 

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When I had my beretta I noticed that the ejecting or the bolt was beating the crap out of the port. I sent the gun back to beretta twice for other issues but they never seemed concerned with the ejection port. I have since sold it due to its endless malfunctions so I dont know how bad it continues to get.

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 Posted 11/17/2013 2:13:08 PM
 

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A lot of times it just comes down to poor engineering. There are only a very few autos that are near flawless.
Like Flannel said, you can contact Beretta, but it might come down to if it still cycles your shells, just keep going. 
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 Posted 11/17/2013 11:13:49 PM
 

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Which few autos would you say are near flawless in your experience?
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 Posted 11/18/2013 12:22:16 PM
 

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Well, probably most of the time, it's comes down to personal experience----my opinion is the Beretta 390,
and Benelli SBE2----just my choice. Many competition shooters will trust nothing but the original 390. 
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