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Beretta 92 firing pin spring replacement

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by NewsShooter, Jun 19, 2003.

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  1. NewsShooter

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    I ordered a replacement recoil spring from Wolff and it also included a firing pin spring. I'm normally very good with all things mechanical, but my daddy always said "if all else fails, read the directions". Problem is, I don't have them. Anyone know the procedure???
     
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  3. E357

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    The replacement firing pin spring is not necessary, unless something is wrong with your present spring. Wolf includes them with most semi-auto recoil springs to protect them against the lawyers out there.

    Also replacement of the beretta firing pin spring is not as easy as most semi-autos.

    If you still want to try look here: http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/6078/slidedis.htm

    Elliot
     
  4. Tacblack

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    Well NewsShooter looks like the Beretta is a lot more complicated then the Taurus model.
    I am going to have to go with E357 on this one. I've had a good 20,000 through the old Taurus and only on the 2nd firing pin spring.
    But if I know you, you'll have to do it anyway!
     
  5. faustulus

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    Ignore Tac, the trigger in that old Taurus shakes like alcohlic who hasn't had a drink in days.
    That beings said, I would consider the wolff spring a backup, and worry about replacing it when the factory one breaks.
     
  6. Tacblack

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    Ya Faust your Beretta trigger is steady as a rock you just can't hit anything with it. NewsShooter seems to shoot his just fine, maybe you should sell the gun and give those hi-cap mags a good home, NewsShooter would at least use them more than once a year:D

    Hows that new wolf trigger thing you put in, I am sure NewsShooter would like to hear what you think of it. I showed him the web sight.
     
  7. faustulus

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    Anytime you want to compare accuracy you just let me know tac. :) And your hits on the no shoots don't count.

    Taking the Beretta today, maybe finally qualify in SSP if I have time.
     
  8. NewsShooter

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    So Faust, how about that Wolff triger?
     
  9. Tacblack

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    Sounds like a Beretta vs Taurus challenge Faust, Im game, we can get NewsShooter to watch for any cheating:neener:

    What will it be IDPA or IPSC:rolleyes:

    While we are there NewsShooter can try out your 92 with the new springs in it.
     
  10. faustulus

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    how about bowling pins :)
     
  11. Tacblack

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    Like there is a bowling pin match within 300 miles of us.

    But sure sounds like fun, I will have to load up some bowling pin match rounds.................the poor Taurus

    cause as you know Im not afriad to abuse my Taurus
     
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