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Beretta Model 71 (M-71) .22LR - How to Disassembly and Reassembly (Field Strip)

Beretta Model 71 (M-71) .22LR - How to Disassembly and Reassembly

The Beretta Model 71 are compact single-action .22-caliber semi-automatic pistols that accommodate an eight-round magazine, weigh 17 ounces with an unloaded magazine and have a 3.5-inch barrel.

The Beretta Model 71 and the 70 are basically identical in every respect except that the Beretta Model 70s come equipped with a low-profile, adjustable rear sight. One feature that appears on both models is either a thumb safety or a cross bolt safety.

These pistols also have the magazine release on the left side of the grip, near the bottom of the frame. According to a reliable source in Israel, the .22-caliber Beretta 70 was taken out of service in the mid 1970s and was replaced by a 9mm Beretta.

Caliber: 22 Long Rifle

Barrel: 3.5"

Alloy frame

Plastic black grip

Drift adjustable rear sight

8 round magazine capacity

00:16 - Disassembly

01:44 - Reassembly

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More info on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beretta_70

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