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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldLawman View Post
    And finally, while our issue 92s were not, I think I would like the "G" model, with the spring loaded decock levers, to just avoid the issue of the 92 levers defaulting to the down/safe position.
    That would be my choice as well.
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  2. #12
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    May 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldLawman View Post
    And finally, while our issue 92s were not, I think I would like the "G" model, with the spring loaded decock levers, to just avoid the issue of the 92 levers defaulting to the down/safe position.
    Beretta came out with a kit to convert a F slide to G. There was a guy filling the holes, and redrilling them like a G slide, but I rather the kit. Conversion was over $150... maybe closer to $200, so a $55 kit from Beretta was more appealing.

    I did it to my Brigadier slide, and was easy to install. Just needed to oil and work it, as the finish on the decocker was causing it to bind. Sat for about an hour, moving it by hand. Got progressively more reliable, up to the end where now it functions like a traditional G model... 100%.

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