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BERETTA 80 SERIES // How to Disassemble the Beretta 84 Cheetah or Beretta 85 Cheetah

Published on Feb 9, 2021
Need to fix a broken firing pin on a Beretta 84 or Beretta 85? This video features a Beretta 85 but the slide disassembly is the same across all 80 series (84 and 81).

There are only a few differences between the few models of the Cheetah (Beretta 81, Beretta 84 and the Beretta 85) so this video should help you across all of them.

Video Index:
Intro - 0:00
How to remove the extractor on the Beretta 84 and Beretta 85 - 00:18
How to remove the firing pin block on the Beretta 84 or Beretta 85 - 01:29
How to remove the firing pin on the Beretta 84 or Beretta 85 - 02:47

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