Beretta 92 Pistols - Learning How They Work
During my study and research of the Beretta 92 Pistols I have found the following statements that I am having some concerns as to which are not true. Can you list which statements are not true? Thanks for your help.
1. Note #5. A tapered hole in the locking block causes the unlocking action to be activated.-
2. Note #13. On models with a frame mounted safety, the safety blocks the sear.
3. Note #17. The trigger bar is also the disconnector.
4. Note #20. The extractor doesn't always have to extract.
5. Note #22. The take down latch release button must be pushed before rotating the takedown latch in order to take the slide off of the frame
6. Note #23. When taking out the mainspring (hammer spring) it is best to have the hammer cocked.
7. Note #28. For a left-handed shooter, the serrated end of the magazine catch should be on the left hand side of the gun.
8. Note #29. A slave pin is required for installing the trigger and the trigger spring back into the frame.
9. Note #32. When the manual safety that is on the slide is turned on, the hammer drops.
10. Note #34. The firing pin is shorter than its housing.
11. Note #38. On the version with the manual safety that is located on the slide, the firing pin locking safety is held in by a cross pin.
12. Note #40. The grips must be on in order to install the magazine catch back into the frame.
Again thanks for your help!