The workout was preparing it to shoot. It's modular. That means 14 or 15 sets of threads to grease. Each segment was torqued VERY tightly. Disassembly required two wrenches and, in two cases, a rubber mallet to hit the wrenches with. In all fairness, it's not required to torque it down anymore, the manual says hand tight is okay. Bottom line, it took me 55 minutes to get it ready to shoot. Hopefully, as I become more familiar, it will become easier.
On the up side, it came with a piston and is pretty darn quiet on the Beretta. It's also slim enough I could use the standard sights.
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