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    Smile I need help!!!

    I need help with the trigger of the Beretta 92FS somebody told me that if I put a steel trigger and a trigger conversion unit, I can reduce the trigger pull to 6 lbs. in DA and 3 Lbs in SA. I have already a D-spring. Anybody has experience with these changes?
    I would like to hear your opinion.
    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by BERETTATIGER View Post
    I need help with the trigger of the Beretta 92FS somebody told me that if I put a steel trigger and a trigger conversion unit, I can reduce the trigger pull to 6 lbs. in DA and 3 Lbs in SA. I have already a D-spring. Anybody has experience with these changes?
    I would like to hear your opinion.
    Thanks
    ... Not with a d spring. You might be able to get to that with an 11 or 13 pound main spring, but you’ll sacrifice a bit of reliability.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Heckathorn View Post
    ... Not with a d spring. You might be able to get to that with an 11 or 13 pound main spring, but you’ll sacrifice a bit of reliability.
    Mistake to go below 13# mainspring on a carry Beretta. Ernie Langdon will sell you a "Trigger Job In A Bag" that will give you a smooth lighter DA and a lighter SA with reduced overtravel, but those numbers sound low to me. And a Wolff conversion that is too light may leave your trigger with unreliable reset (the standard weight conversion is fine; I've tried both).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Papa View Post
    Mistake to go below 13# mainspring on a carry Beretta. Ernie Langdon will sell you a "Trigger Job In A Bag" that will give you a smooth lighter DA and a lighter SA with reduced overtravel, but those numbers sound low to me. And a Wolff conversion that is too light may leave your trigger with unreliable reset (the standard weight conversion is fine; I've tried both).
    I wouldn’t even go to 13 on a carry gun. My Beretta’s all have 16 and 18 pound mainsprings. I’ve never had an issue making hits.


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    Lets forget about the spring and the "Trigger Job In A Bag". I don't want to put a spring that makes the pistol unreliable, and I don't want to spend $300+ with the "Trigger Job In A Bag". I was hoping that somebody knows the way to do it with a conversion unit and some polished.
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    Two thousand (2000) dry practice trigger plus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Biggs View Post
    Two thousand (2000) dry practice trigger plus.
    Use a good-quality snap cap; even better, rotate several.
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    Don't try to get it down that low. Reliability will suffer. Badly. If you want a lighter trigger, get a striker-fired pistol. The other option is the HK LEM trigger on a USP or P2000 or P30.

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