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All this talk of Beretta Compacts got me thinking I needed a 92 again. I had a full size, but sold it years ago. I thought I'd try a Centurion. I found this one and it cleaned up nicely. From the serial number, it is a 1994.

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I have always liked those. Very classy. Nice grab.


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Congrats. Nice looking.
 
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Sweet pistol




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They are the sweet spot of the 92 Series. I’d never part with mine. Add the Elite II hammer & D spring for full effect if you already haven’t done so..


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It has a Wolff replacement hammer spring. No new hammer yet.

I am considering Langdon's trigger kit in a bag.




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My favorite handgun of all time, 92 or 96.
 
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Nice score!


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I am considering Langdon's trigger kit in a bag.
It's SOOOOO worth it.

A friend scored a M9A3 for $600 locally and it has a nice trigger from the factory, at least he thought it did until he pulled the trigger on my 92A1 w/TJIAB in it.

All of my 92s have one, it's THAT good.
 
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Originally posted by jhe888:
I am considering Langdon's trigger kit in a bag.
It's SOOOOO worth it.

A friend scored a M9A3 for $600 locally and it has a nice trigger from the factory, at least he thought it did until he pulled the trigger on my 92A1 w/TJIAB in it.

All of my 92s have one, it's THAT good.


Rhino, just curious how hard is it to install the TJIAB?
 
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Rhino, just curious how hard is it to install the TJIAB?
It's a lot easier than I thought. LTT and some others have videos on the process.

The first install took me about an hour to do, but I would watch a part of the video, do it, then watch the next part, etc, etc, going really slow. I also did a G-conversion in that time.

After that it's been about a 15-25 min job for subsequent TJIAB and G-conversions.

The 92 series is actually a lot easier to work on than you'd think by just looking at it. No harder than a SIG P220-229 series, maybe a tad easier?

 
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What a beautiful pistol, thank you for sharing and thank you for posting that link. Approximately how much does that kit cost? I would look it up myself but I’m too scared that when I get to the page I’ll order one! I have convinced myself that I’m saving money for something special although I don’t know exactly what it is yet.


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I added a Wilson hammer. It helps let off a bit, and improves reset. I'll add the Wilson trigger bar next and fit it myself. I enjoy a little WECSOG.

The Langdon kit is $165 and up depending on the hammer you want. It is pre-fit. You can get the parts more cheaply separately, but you have to fit the trigger bar. The difference is Langdon's work on the trigger bar.

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