Guessing the older 92S slides are designed differently.
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I now have a 90-Two G.
Definitely not a "drop-in" project though!
The Brigadier is next in line.
Mine came in today, it took about a half an hour to install on my 93 Vertec. I used the instructions on the Beretta page and wished that there were photos or illustrations. Still it went together well and works.
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Mine should be here tomorrow. I look forward to installing it over the weekend (during our "Snow event").
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Watch the yourube video a few times before trying the install. I use a large ziplock back when doing the detents. It works. I have been saved a few times from losing detents and springs.
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Wait, what? This thread is about the M9/92FS etc conversation. Did you get it to fit a 90-Two? Thought they could be converted to decock only with 90-Two specific parts since day one.
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Yes, my 90-Two is now de-cock only.
You just have to re-work the lever to make it match the original 90-Two lever.
It also disassembles and reassembles a bit differently than a 92 series, which is why the modification is needed.
My 90-Two is .40 though, so I can't speak for one in 9mm.
I just installed the conversion kit in my M9A1 Compact INOX. The decocker would not return to the up position after decocking. The left side control detent would hang up in a small groove when the decocker was pressed down into the decock position. I disassembled and used the original detent instead of the one that came with the conversion kit and it worked as expected. The new left side detent was just slightly larger than the original detent. Seems to be working correctly after testing with a dummy round.
BTW, I removed the firing pin block first thing so I didn't need 3 hands to get the left side control free. After reassembly, the DA trigger pull was noticibly smoother. I has already put a D hammer spring in it. I wonder if some crud was keeping the firing pin block from moving freely? Anyway, I'm a happy camper now pending live fire testing.
Except for having to swap the one detent total time was probably 30 minutes including watching a YouTube as I did the install.
the retro kit was engineered off the 90-TWO g kit parts. I have both and have compared them side by side along with a regular 92G lever set. The retro kit is nearly identical to the 90-TWO.
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