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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatPunkGirl View Post
    what does the maintenance look like on these when actually used?
    For the love of all things holy, don't ask the .mil...but there are round counts for the springs and locking block.

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    I think a modern locking block is supposed to be replaced every 30K or so.

    I recall the trigger spring is a 5K affair and it seems logical to also change the recoil spring while you're at it...
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    I've inherited a 92fs which is now a "G" version, it also has a new wilson rear sight, 14# trigger spring and 14# recoil spring with fluted guide rod. It's my favorite 9mm.

    I find the full size oem grips to be a little cumbersome for my medium sized hands. So grips will be next. I want Wilson grips. Has anyone used both the standard G10 grips and the ultra thin grips who can comment on their preference?
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    I have the Wilson Ultra Thin grips on several Model 92s, including a compact 92. They make all the difference to me, and I don't even think of the gun as having fat grips when these G10 versions are installed. I recommend them.

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    I'm looking at jumping into the 92 series with both feet. A few years ago I got the opportunity to shoot a Langdon tactical 92 with the complete works done to it. Every since I have been holding out for the 92 LTT RDO Version, or even the standard 92LTT with the upgraded trigger. However recently I got to handle the M9A3. I really liked that as well.

    Beretta experts on here, should I keep holding out, or settle on the M9a3?
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    At some point you will regret “settling for” WW.

    Get the 92 LTT RDO Version.
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    I have four Beretta's that Ernest and crew have wrenched on. He's about to get two more shipped to him.

    Save up for their work. It's absolutely worth it.

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    What's with the screwdriver tip on grip frame ?????

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    If you can get an M9A3 for a decent price, you won't regret putting one in the back of the safe. That said, LTT is pretty much the cat's ass. No bad choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowprone View Post
    What's with the screwdriver tip on grip frame ?????
    A special option

    Also covered the serial number.


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