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P232 de-cocking lever question

This is a discussion on P232 de-cocking lever question within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by retsupt99 Have the same 'decocker' set up on my Baretta 9000S...I trust the decocker, but still make sure of the direction when ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Have the same 'decocker' set up on my Baretta 9000S...I trust the decocker, but still make sure of the direction when used and the object behind the wall in that direction.
    I never worried about the decocker use firing the weapon.
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    Decocking lever trouble

    The problem I have with the P232 decocking lever is that it is extremely hard to reach and push down with my right thumb. I almost always have to assist with my left thumb. I have a P239, and have no such trouble--can reach the lever and it pushes down easily. I trust the decocker implicitly, but am wondering if anyone else has trouble making it work on the P232. I know it's got a spring for resistance; anyone know if the spring can be replaced with one slightly less tough? Is this a problem just with my P232, or do all P232s have this very stiff decocker? BTW, reaching it with Hogue grips on the gun is nigh impossible for my hands, and I wear 'large' in gloves. Reaching it with the the factory grips is a little easier, but it still takes more strength than I have in my right thumb to get it to release the hammer. Like I said, this is no problem at all on my P239. Any ideas, suggestions?

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