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    Pappabear, the G conversion is not really tough to do, if you have somebody helping. It honestly does help to have a third hand available when you re-assemble the slide.

    But the actual G lever kit is not real expensive off the Beretta US website. And they are good about keeping them in stock.

    It's just 59 bucks with free shipping: https://www.berettausa.com/en-us/beretta-g-lever-kit/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Pappabear, the G conversion is not really tough to do, if you have somebody helping. It honestly does help to have a third hand available when you re-assemble the slide.

    But the actual G lever kit is not real expensive off the Beretta US website. And they are good about keeping them in stock.

    It's just 59 bucks with free shipping: https://www.berettausa.com/en-us/beretta-g-lever-kit/
    I heard they were an easy instal and available. I was just waiting to find the right deal. It was on sale with G done. The combo made it a go for me. But great information for those whom want the G.

    I couldnít run one without the G conversation. I know many ran them in military without so to each his own.

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    Yup, I am the same way, I really do like that G lever.

    I have arthritis in my hands, and some movements just are harder than others. The cylinder release on a Colt revolver is harder than a S&W. And using the regular safety lever on a Beretta is just a tiny bit out of range for my wee stubby digits.

    Bribe markm with some good Mexican food, and he can catch the springs and detents as they fly across the room. Fortunately the new lever comes with a complete set of spare springs and detents, I needed one of each.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Yup, I am the same way, I really do like that G lever.

    I have arthritis in my hands, and some movements just are harder than others. The cylinder release on a Colt revolver is harder than a S&W. And using the regular safety lever on a Beretta is just a tiny bit out of range for my wee stubby digits.

    Bribe markm with some good Mexican food, and he can catch the springs and detents as they fly across the room. Fortunately the new lever comes with a complete set of spare springs and detents, I needed one of each.
    Oh he is pretty good, but Iím usually the spring catcher😀

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    I have retrofitted all of my 92's with G levers. The first one was a PITA, the rest went really easily.
    "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are safe." Luke 11:21

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esq. View Post
    I have retrofitted all of my 92's with G levers. The first one was a PITA, the rest went really easily.
    That G lever is a game changer for me. Makes the gun a legit weapon vs. a novelty to me.

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    I gotta admit, that Elite LTT looks like a sweet shooter. Anyone have one of those and one of the Wilson offerings that could offer a comparison? I've been eyeballing those for years, and the 92G is in the same price range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick84 View Post
    I gotta admit, that Elite LTT looks like a sweet shooter. Anyone have one of those and one of the Wilson offerings that could offer a comparison? I've been eyeballing those for years, and the 92G is in the same price range.
    I think one of our mod's (Sam) has both, or has had both.

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