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I checked out without logging in and it gave me free shipping.
 
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Anyone know if these are all metal?


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Anyone know if these are all metal?


It has been stated over on another forum that they are all metal.
 
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Great, just another reason for Beretta's Erik and Sophia to spam my email inbox...

Thanks for the head's up. Would love to convert the safety on my 92A1 to a decock-only lever. Looks like the word is out since its status is now 'out of stock' and the only recourse is to sign up for an email notification.
 
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Sent a couple texts after I saw this today and ended up ordering a total of five kits for my 92A1 and a few friends' 92s. Got a coupon code for $25 off my next order and free shipping, so I'm pleased.
 
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Great, just another reason for Beretta's Erik and Sophia to spam my email inbox...

Thanks for the head's up. Would love to convert the safety on my 92A1 to a decock-only lever. Looks like the word is out since its status is now 'out of stock' and the only recourse is to sign up for an email notification.


They were "out of stock" early yesterday morning. I signed up for the email notification and got the email the same afternoon and was able to place an order. I was surprised it was that quick.



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They had 300 kits in stock....sold out in 8hrs. These are going to be a regular item so be sure and sign up for the back in stock notification.

As I understand it, the first 300 were meant to prove there was demand before a larger order. I think that's been answered resoundingly.

No idea on timeline for more. If someone is desperate for one, let me know....I ordered one extra just in case I bought another 92 (I have more than I need already but you never know).
 
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That's a really good price. That's a combo I'd like to see with the Wilson flush safety.
 
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My dislike of the stock 92FS safety/decocker is so strong I'm tempted to buy a G conversion kit and I don't even own a 92! Wink

Actually, now that these are out, if I come across a beat up 92 for a good price I'll snag it.




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I used to hate M9/92 pistols, based on my time in the USAF.

However, I've had a chance to shoot the 92 many times, after many years of good instruction in pistol shooting, and have come to love the pistol. I've been itching to get a compact 92 with a rail, and the only thing that has stopped me is the fact they aren't available in the G series configuration.

This may finally drive me to buy one of these: http://www.beretta.com/en-us/9...pact-with-rail-inox/


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This will kindle some interest in the 92's again as this modification removes what many percieve to be a flaw with the Beretta. Wilson Combat extended there lines of business when they decided to enter the Beretta market with modified pistols & custom parts. Aside from the sight work they perform, I didn't really have any use for the WC parts having personally found the best modification for the 92's rest with the (D) Hammer spring replacment. I am keen to get these G kits installed..
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I used to hate M9/92 pistols, based on my time in the USAF.

However, I've had a chance to shoot the 92 many times, after many years of good instruction in pistol shooting, and have come to love the pistol. I've been itching to get a compact 92 with a rail, and the only thing that has stopped me is the fact they aren't available in the G series configuration.

This may finally drive me to buy one of these: http://www.beretta.com/en-us/9...pact-with-rail-inox/


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It appears to be a simple "to do" conversion even for us amateurs; although the instructions highly recommend conversion by a gunsmith. So, just how easy is the conversion and any special tools necessary?

Next question, if anyone knows, will they be coming out with the conversion kit in Inox?
 
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It appears to be a simple "to do" conversion even for us amateurs; although the instructions highly recommend conversion by a gunsmith. So, just how easy is the conversion and any special tools necessary?

Next question, if anyone knows, will they be coming out with the conversion kit in Inox?


I doubt it since Beretta hasn't made Inox guns with silver controls (mostly hard chrome some stainless) in many many years. All Inox guns now have black controls.


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What I want is that conversion with a stealth right side option. Easy addition that I would prefer. I don't need it to be ambi.
 
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It appears to be a simple "to do" conversion even for us amateurs; although the instructions highly recommend conversion by a gunsmith. So, just how easy is the conversion and any special tools necessary?

Next question, if anyone knows, will they be coming out with the conversion kit in Inox?


Only because I have a lot of time on the 92 top end and frame....... I consider it a simple install, however it may be very frustrating to a novice. You have plungers and springs that can go airborne and never be seen again. Work inside a large plastic bag.


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It appears to be a simple "to do" conversion even for us amateurs; although the instructions highly recommend conversion by a gunsmith. So, just how easy is the conversion and any special tools necessary?


I found this video:
92FS Conversion




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Minnow beat me to it



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Thank YOu, I guess I have one of those old 92 FS Inox. It was a birthday present from my Spouse back in Feb. 2010.
 
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Will this work on a 96A1?


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I've had my name on the in-stock list with Brownells for months for the 90-two decock-only parts. havent heard a word. This is way cool for the 92fs guys though.


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