I just ordered a steel trig., Wolff convertor, ext'd mag release and RP hammer spring
This will be interesting for me. This will be my first time working on a Beretta. I figured it'd be interesting to see how a steel trigger, Wolff reduced power trigger spring conversion unit, 16# hammer spring, and an extended mag release would perform in my Beretta 92fs.
Trigger weight should be reduced significantly since both the trigger and hammer spring are reduced power. According to Wolff, their 16# spring is a bit heavier than a "D" spring. I kinda like that; should yield a lighter trigger than stock and give a bit harder primer strike than a "D" spring.
I just can't leave anything alone can I?
I'm also eager to see how I like the extended mag catch. I bet 2500 rounds at Blackwater will tell the tale!