BERETTA 80 SERIES // Beretta Cheetah complete disassembly (Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 Cheetah Frame)
Published on Feb 19, 2021
Do you need to do a Beretta Cheetah Complete Disassembly to do maintenance? In this video, I walk you through how I disassemble the Beretta Cheetah Frame.
The Beretta Cheetah comes in a few different models with includes the Beretta Cheetah 84 and Beretta Cheetah 85. Even though the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 are both .380 pistols, they have some slight differences between them. This video will help you out with the Beretta Cheetah Disassembly process.
Intro - 0:00
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Grips - 0:15
What is the difference between a Beretta 84 and a Beretta 85 - 0:38
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Disassembly Latch - 1:56
How to remove the Slide Release Lever, Trigger Spring and Takedown button - 2:24
How to remove the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 Right Safety - 3:25
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Trigger bar - 4:38
How to remove the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 Trigger - 6:28
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Safety - 6:33
How to remove the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 Mainspring - 7:20
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Sear - 9:09
How to remove the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 Hammer - 10:55
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Ejector and hammer stop - 11:18
How to remove the Beretta Cheetah Magazine Release - 13:20
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