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I too, had a little Glock 19 / 92 Compact range day.

I love my 92s and having small hands I have no right too. This thread really makes me want to pick up a backup. Big Grin



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Posts: 4007 | Location: Nashville, TN | Registered: July 25, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Does the safety function on both SA and DA?


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Yes, unless you change it out to a decock only configuration with a Beretta kit to do so.


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Does the safety function on both SA and DA?


If you're asking if you can carry it "cocked and locked", then the answer is no.

If the hammer is back and you place the safety on, it decocks it.


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Sorry I read that wrong. What snake said


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Has anyone tried these aftermarket magazine base plates?

https://www.ndzperformance.com...92-96-fs-s/18498.htm

 
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Does the safety function on both SA and DA?


If you're asking if you can carry it "cocked and locked", then the answer is no.

If the hammer is back and you place the safety on, it decocks it.


OK so if I understand it correctly, with the hammer cocked engaging the safety decocks and makes the trigger inoperable. And engaging the safety with the hammer down also makes the trigger inoperable. Safety on with hammer cocked (SA) is not possible as it also decocks the hammer. Am I right?


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Does the safety function on both SA and DA?


If you're asking if you can carry it "cocked and locked", then the answer is no.

If the hammer is back and you place the safety on, it decocks it.



Can the safety be engaged with the hammer down?


Yes. If cocked, it will decock and engage safety. If not cocked, it will just engage the safety.


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flat steel 92 Combat hammer cap


I found an Inox hammer spring cap for the Compact here. Maybe you could try to blacken it somehow.

 
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Thanks to Rhino and some of the rest of you I just picked mine up this afternoon. Smile



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Congrats on a great pistola!

I put a "D" spring in mine and it made the trigger much better, in fact so much better I may not bother with the famous "Trigger Job In A Bag", from Langdon Tactical.


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I put a "D" spring in mine and it made the trigger much better, in fact so much better I may not bother with the famous "Trigger Job In A Bag", from Langdon Tactical.
You obviously haven't felt the TJIAB. Wink

But still, the D-spring ain't bad compared to the OEM setup.

Congrats all, I'm glad to have helped another 1-5 Berettas be sold. I'll be waiting on my commission check from Beretta for $0.09, pre-tax of course. Wink
 
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Thanks to Rhino and some of the rest of you I just picked mine up this afternoon. Smile
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Congrats all, I'm glad to have helped another 1-5 Berettas be sold.


Did you count mine? I love mine, and I didn't even want one. . .lol! Thanks for the heads-up that lead to the addition to my EDC pool.
 
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I'm so sorry do to this to y'all but I was just in my local store and they now have M9A1's for $499 and Stainless compacts with rail for about $539. God help us all.
 
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I'm so sorry do to this to y'all but I was just in my local store and they now have M9A1's for $499 and Stainless compacts with rail for about $539. God help us all.


M9A1 for $499?? Oh boy.


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M9A1 for $499?? Oh boy.


At these prices, why buy polymer?
 
Posts: 222 | Location: Pinellas County, Florida | Registered: August 26, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I shot my Compact some more last week. It really handles great, even with the flat magazine baseplate on it. I have shot mine with a variety of full-size magazines including with and without the X Grip adapter and have had no problems.


I've started carrying it. Holster selection seems pretty disappointing, though. I ended up ordering a couple kydex items for the M9A1 Compact, and although they still retain the gun fine, I don't care for the look of the superfluous rail molding. I noticed that R Grizzle lists a Compact fit, and may inquire with him about leather.
 
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RHINOWSO, you can add one more to your commission check. The Beretta Compact became my EDC last week.

DaBigBR, I am using a holster from a Garrett, who makes leather lined Kydex products. The compact doesn’t show on their gun list, but I called and they obliged me. I have several OWB holsters from them and have not been disappointed.


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Posts: 1183 | Location: Heartland of KY | Registered: January 24, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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D spring installed and LTT slim grips and G conversion ordered!


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