Beretta 92fs Slide 9mm Safety Removed

Before performing any of the troubleshooting procedures, make sure the pistol is clear/unloaded. Do not keep live ammunition near work/maintenance area.

NOTE

In this table, evacuate to intermediate direct support also means evacuate to the next higher level of maintenance.

SYMPTOM INDEX

Troubleshooting Procedure Page

1. Ammunition does not chamber 13

2. Cartridge does not extract 16

3. Failure to eject 17

4. Failure to feed 12

5. Failure to fire 14

6. Hammer does not cock with safety in the fire position 17

7. Hammer does not decock with safety in the safe position 18

8. Slide does not lock fully forward 14

9. Slide does not unlock 15

10. Pistol fails to fire in double action 18

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

1. FAILURE TO FEED.

Step 1. Check for dirty andior damaged magazine |1|

Clean with CLP or replace magazine.

Step 2. Check for damaged feed ramp (2|.

If damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 3. Check for cartridge nose jamming against feed ramp (2|.

Magazine lips are too tight. Replace magazine.

Step 4. Check for cartridge nose jamming against upper chamber |3|.

Magazine lips are too open. Replace magazine.

Beretta Slide Disassembly

Step 5. Check for slide riding over cartridge.

Magazine not seated properly. Check magazine catch assembly.

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

2. AMMUNITION DOES NOT CHAMBER

Step 1. Check for dirt or obstructions in chamber (1|.

Clean with CLP.

Step 2. Check for dirty or damaged ammunition.

Clean with a clean, dry cloth, or replace ammunition.

Beretta Feed Ramp

Step 3. Check for damaged feed ramp (2).

If damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 4. Check to see if the recoil spring (3) and spring guide (4)

are damaged or broken.

If damaged or broken, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Beretta Step Slide

Step 5. Check for damaged magazine spring 15) and/or follower (6).

If damaged, replace magazine.

Beretta Safety Removal

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

3. SLIDE DOES NOT LOCK FULLY FORWARD.

Step 1. Check for broken or damaged locking block (1) and lugs {2}.

If damaged or broken, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 2. Check for damaged or broken recoil spring (3).

If damaged or broken, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 3. Check for damaged or burred slide |4|.

If slide grooves are damaged or burred, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 4. Check for dirty or damaged chamber (5).

If the chamber is dirty, clean using CLP. If the chamber is damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

4. FAILURE TO FIRE.

Place safety in fire position. Step 2. Check for faulty ammunition.

Beretta 92fs Replacement Springs

If heavily corroded, or dented, replace ammunition.

Where Lubricate 92f

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

Step 3. Check for broken firing pin block lever (2).

If broken, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 4. Check for broken trigger bar (3}.

If broken, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Beretta 92f Repair

5. SLIDE DOES NOT UNLOCK.

Step 1. Check for broken or damaged locking block (1| and lugs (2|.

If broken or damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 2. Check for obstructed, broken or damaged slide.

Broken Gun Slides

If obstructed, remove obstruction.

If broken or damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 3. Check for faulty ammunition; determined by short recoil.

Inspect bore and remove any obstructions. Replace ammunition.

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

6. CARTRIDGE DOES NOT EXTRACT.

Step 1. Check for powder extractor (t).

and/or dirt jamming

Clean with CLP/RBC and lubricate with CLP or LSA.

Step 2. Check for defective extractor spring.

Evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

9mm Pistol Ejector

Step 3. Check for broken or damaged extractor (1).

Evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 4. Check chamber (2) for dirt or corrosion.

Clean with CLP/RSC and lubricate with CLP or LSA

Step S. Check for short recoil, defective cartridge.

Cartridge case or projectile may be lodged in chamber or bore. Inspect bore and remove any obstructions. Replace ammunition.

Hammer Spring Cover Beretta

MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

7. FAILURE TO EJECT.

Step 1. Check for broken or damaged ejector (1 J.

If broken or damaged, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 2. Check for short recoil, defective cartridge.

Cartridge case or projectile may be lodged in chamber or bore. Inspect bore and remove any obstructions. Replace ammunition.

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8. HAMMER DOES NOT COCK WITH THE SAFETY IN THE FIRE POSITION.

Step 1.

Check safety (1j. The operator may have inadvertently, while opening the slide, turned the safety to the safe (down) position causing automatic hammer lowering.

Rotate safety to the fire (up) position.

Step 2. No further test or inspection.

Evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

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MALFUNCTION

TEST OR INSPECTION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

9. HAMMER DOES NOT DECOCK WITH SAFETY IN THE SAFE POSITION.

Step 1. Check for dirt or obstructions in receiver jamming hammer (1).

Remove dirt or obstructions. If the dirt or obstructions cannot be removed, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 2. Check for defective {worn or broken! hammer release lever (2).

Beretta Step Slide

Evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

10. PISTOL FAILS TO FIRE IN DOUBLE ACTION.

Step 1.

Check safety (1|. The operator may have inadvertently, while opening the slide, turned the safety to the safe (down) position causing automatic hammer lowering.

Rotate safety to the fire {up) position.

Step 2. Check for missing or defective trigger bar spring (2).

Evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

Step 3. No further test or inspection.

If a worn or broken trigger bar is suspected, evacuate pistol to intermediate direct support maintenance.

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    How does beretta 92 firing pin block work?
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