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9 minutes ago, Krdshrk said:

On which gun?

The hammer spring upgrade can be done on 92/96/M9 models. Below is a tutorial video by MrGunsnGear showing how to swap the hammer spring. In the video is a side by side comparison of the original hammer spring and the D spring version and the results using a trigger pull gauge.

https://youtu.be/ItIVFNj15mE

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TokenEntry

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5 minutes ago, TokenEntry said:

The hammer spring upgrade can be done on 92/96/M9 models. Below is a tutorial video by MrGunsnGear showing how to swap the hammer spring. In the video is a side by side comparison of the original hammer spring and the D spring version and the results using a trigger pull gauge.

https://youtu.be/ItIVFNj15mE

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TokenEntry

Not sure about the M9A3.  I've heard that the trigger is already smoother and lighter.  Maybe someone else can compare who has more exp.

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15 minutes ago, Krdshrk said:

Not sure about the M9A3.  I've heard that the trigger is already smoother and lighter.  Maybe someone else can compare who has more exp.

It seems that the D spring is already factory installed by Beretta. A 1911 forum member confirmed this in a post at the bottom of the page 1. You're GTG already!

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7 hours ago, Krdshrk said:

Why?  I have M9A3 now.  I was thinking of adding a 92 Compact Inox or Vertec Inox.... I'm really digging the vertec grip

I hate the grip angle.  The corner is too sharp.  Add a 92FS and I'll sleep better. 

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On 1/7/2018 at 1:55 AM, TokenEntry said:

Highly recommend replacing the hammer spring with a D version. Improves the trigger pull by making it lighter and smoother.

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TokenEntry

Just picked up a gently used 92A1.  I have the D spring and rubber stock grips coming soon. What do you do with the flexi composite captured guide rod?  Beretta has a steel captured replacement that is never in stock, and I see that Wilson Combat has a fluted one that can “retro” fit into the 92a1 with a flat 14lb spring. Thoughts?

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4 minutes ago, SW9racer said:

Just picked up a gently used 92A1.  I have the D spring and rubber stock grips coming soon. What do you do with the flexi composite captured guide rod?  Beretta has a steel captured replacement that is never in stock, and I see that Wilson Combat has a fluted one that can “retro” fit into the 92a1 with a flat 14lb spring. Thoughts?

My pistol was purchased in the late 1990's and was made in Italy. It was labeled as a stainless steel version which is now known to be the INOX. No comment on the guide rod as mine already came with the non-capture steel version when I bought it.

Link - Beretta Technical Data

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On 7/18/2018 at 7:29 AM, SW9racer said:

Just picked up a gently used 92A1.  I have the D spring and rubber stock grips coming soon. What do you do with the flexi composite captured guide rod?  Beretta has a steel captured replacement that is never in stock, and I see that Wilson Combat has a fluted one that can “retro” fit into the 92a1 with a flat 14lb spring. Thoughts?

You can change the guide rod - I've used both the solid stainless and fluted - but I haven't had any issues with the plastic one either.

I changed mine more for cosmetic reasons.  I wanted the stainless version for my Inox.  I have the fluted version on my Wilson Combat.  My 92a3 has the stock guide rod and I have a 92S with the plastic one too. 

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@Ray Ray I missed a compact and now WC does do them any longer.  They are doing a full size frame compact slide with a 20 round mag. 

https://shopwilsoncombat.com/Order-the-92G-Centurion-Tactical/products/975/

 

id really like a compact but I may get this instead.  

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