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 Suggestions? I am looking for a good M9 smith...
RockHard13F  [Member]
11/23/2011 9:50:32 PM
I want my M9 brought up to NM specs without waiting a year or year and a half to get my pistol back. Suggestions?
jaholder1971  [Team Member]
11/24/2011 2:30:38 AM
"The" NM M9 gunsmith Dave Sams is pretty much responsible for accurizing the AMU M9. He opened his own shop when he retired.

If you really want an accurized, bullseye ready Beretta, expect a wait. There's no chinese factory, slap shit together about them.
zombiegristle  [Member]
11/24/2011 3:03:50 AM
Or go over to the Beretta forum and contact member "WAL". He accurizes them with a conical bushing and locknut, similar to the Stock model, and they get impressive results.
StrangerDanger  [Member]
11/24/2011 3:49:20 PM
It was a sad day when LTT closed his doors for aftermarket support of the Beretta 9x platform. I'm glad I got my Elite II in to him when I did.
LVJD  [Member]
11/26/2011 12:02:24 AM
Originally Posted By zombiegristle:
Or go over to the Beretta forum and contact member "WAL". He accurizes them with a conical bushing and locknut, similar to the Stock model, and they get impressive results.



I have a WALized Steel I. Its a great pistol though it doesn't like Federal Champion.
Nakanokalronin  [Member]
11/26/2011 1:14:40 PM
Originally Posted By zombiegristle:
Or go over to the Beretta forum and contact member "WAL". He accurizes them with a conical bushing and locknut, similar to the Stock model, and they get impressive results.


+1 for WAL and his bushing mod. I'll be taking it out again tomorrow and wlll post some targets pics.



I sent him a brand new NP3 coated barrel and it still feeds anything like it did with the original, except with improved accuracy. You only need to send him your slide and barrel. The thing is, he was originally only doing this mod with the Brigadier/Elite slides but I think he recently updated his thread where he'll perform the work on any slide.