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 Beretta 92fs italian made...plastic parts????
GraniteClimber  [Member]
10/13/2011 9:37:10 PM
I just bought an Italian made 92fs FTF from a guy who said it was about a year and a half old. I've had a couple Berettas in my time but none had the plastic trigger and mag release.

The trigger is horrible.

Are metal replacements available? Or should I just sell this one and look for an older model?
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smashwagon44  [Member]
10/14/2011 12:33:45 AM
You should be able to get some at brownells and if i dont recall the trigger is metal just with a plastic coating .
sinlessorrow  [Team Member]
10/14/2011 12:48:14 AM
Originally Posted By GraniteClimber:
I just bought an Italian made 92fs FTF from a guy who said it was about a year and a half old. I've had a couple Berettas in my time but none had the plastic trigger and mag release.

The trigger is horrible.

Are metal replacements available? Or should I just sell this one and look for an older model?


you sure the trigger is plastic and not metal with a plastic overmold?

my PX4 has a metal trigger with a plastic overmold on it, so that may be it
GRMGR1  [Member]
10/14/2011 1:25:47 AM
I have an older Beretta with all metal parts, and a newer one with some of the dreaded polymer parts. I can't tell the difference when I'm behind the trigger.
Shipwreck  [Member]
10/14/2011 7:20:39 AM
Yes, I have owned numerous 92s over the years - and I have 8 now. I have seen variation from specimen to specimen, but it has nothing to do about the trigger.

One of my compacts didn't have that great of a trigger. I changed the hammer, and that fixed it. There seemed to be some issue with it. Now, it breaks much smoother. I can tell you that whatever the issue, it's not the trigger, IMHO. Now, some people don't like polymer parts - that's fine. I suspect that if you change the trigger, it will still feel the same, however
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