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Beretta "G" conversion kit from Beretta

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tercel89    545

I just received my "G" conversion kit in the mail to convert my M9 into a decock-only pistol. Has anyone here bought and installed one ? Anything I should watch for or do ? I know that Mrgunsandgear and Mosinvirus have some excellent videos on this installation.

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Esko 270    129

Iuvmybertta sent me a link to one of the videos you mentioned (Mrgunsandgear) and everything went pretty smooth. It took me about a half hour but it went okay. If I can do it anybody can. Good luck!

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tercel89    545

I just got mine done . Its totally like a new pistol since its a decock-only gun now and I don't have to worry about racking the slide and possibly putting it on safe. I never have accidently did that , but I like it better now. The newer right side lever is a few mm's longer but it's all worth it .

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