Ejectors Pin 9mm

During removal of the lanyard loop spring pin, be sure the punch is left in place to prevent accidental loss of parts or injury to personnel.

CAUTION

Ensure hammer is in the down or forward position.

9. With a 1/8 inch punch, drive out the lanyard loop spring pin (1) leaving the punch in place. Place the lanyard loop (2) on a soft support and push down firmly on the top of the receiver to overcome the main spring(3) tension . While maintaining downward pressure, remove the punch and slowly release pressure to remove the lanyard loop (2) and the main spring (3).

Smith And Wesson Mainspring RemovalBeretta 92f Brpken

10. Using a punch, remove the headed hammer pin (4) by pushing out from right to left. Lift up and remove the hammer (51 from the receiver (6). Rotate the receiver upside down to allow the hammer strut (7| to fall free.

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CAUTION

During removal of the sear pin, use the finger to maintain control of the sear spring to prevent ejection and/or loss.

11. With a 3/32 inch punch, push the sear pin (1) out of the sear pin hole (2). Rotate the receiver (3) to allow the sear (4| and the sear spring {5) to fall free.

Beretta Firing Pin Hole

During removal of the sear pin, use the finger to maintain control of the sear spring to prevent ejection and/or loss.

11. With a 3/32 inch punch, push the sear pin (1) out of the sear pin hole (2). Rotate the receiver (3) to allow the sear (4| and the sear spring {5) to fall free.

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12. Place the receiver on its left side. With a 1/16 inch punch, lightly tap out the headed straight pin (1). Remove the hammer release lever (2) and firing pin block lever (3).

13. With a 1/16 inch punch, lightly tap out the ejector spring pin (4) from right to left. Remove ejector (5).

Ejector Smith And Wesson 9mm

14. Remove the magazine catch assembly (1) by pushing in and to the rear with the tip of the finger on the side opposite the magazine release button.

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CLEANING

flemove dirt and corrosion Irom powder-foulded parts with wiping rag dampened with CLP. Lightly lubricate with CLP/LSA after cleaning.

After bushing is removed, clean out internal threads in the receiver with toothbrush (item 3, app D).

j INSPECTION/REPAIR |

1. Check receiver for distortion and burrs. If receiver is distorted, receiver is unserviceable.

2. Remove burrs from parts with a fine honing stone or crocus cloth.

3. Check pins for distortion, cracks or excessive wear. Replace if distorted, cracked, or excessively worn.

4. Check springs for breaks, cracks, or distortion. Free length of main spring will not he less than 2 3/8 inches. Replace broken, cracked or permanently set springs.

5. Check receiver rails and receiver with inspection penetrant. If cracks are detected, receiver is unserviceable.

6. External surface finish is critical. If shiny surfaces exist, use solid film lubricant (item 12P app D).

NOTE

To reverse the magazine catch assembly, install the button on the opposite side.

1. To install the magazine catch assembly (1), insert the magazine catch assembly through the magazine well window (2) at an angle. The long bushing (3) of the magazine catch assembly (1) must catch on the edge of the magazine catch assembly cutout {4). At the same time, push in on the flat side of the magazine catch assembly (1) and push down to seat

Beretta Firing Pin HoleBeretta Pistol Assembly

2. Install the ejector (1) with the pointed/notched end (2) forward and aline the ejector pin hole (3} with a 1/16 inch punch. Lightly tap the ejector spring pin (4} in until slightly below flush.

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3. To install the hammer release lever {1) and the firing pin block lever (2), preposition the headed straight pin (3) into the left side of the receiver {4). Position the hammer release lever {1} with the curved arm pointing up and to the rear. Then push the headed straight pin (3) in until it holds the hammer release lever in position. Insert the firing pin block lever (2) with the bent foot extending through the upper magazine well window cutout. Carefully aline the firing pin block lever hole with a punch and lightly tap in the headed straight pin (3), and stake .

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4. Preposition the sear pin {1) into the right side of the receiver with the muzzie end of the receiver facing upward. Insert the sear {2}, with the flat side up, through the magazine well window (3). Slide the sear (2) toward the ejector {4). Lower the sear into the sear cutout alining the hole in the sear with the hole in the receiver. At the same time, push the sear pin {1) in until it holds the sear in position. Install the sear spring (5) with the short leg toward the ejector, and the curved portion of the spring coil facing towards the magazine well. With a punch, push down on the spring coil (5) and, at the same time, push in the sear pin.

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NOTE

Be sure the straight end of the hammer strut is down and the curved/rounded end is facing the rear.

5. Insert the rounded end of the hammer strut (1) into the recess in the hammer |2|.

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6. With the receiver (1) resting on the right side, insert the hammer (2| and hammer strut (3) into the hammer cavity (4).

7. Aline the hammer with the hole in the receiver and insert the straight headed hammer pin (5) into the left side of the receiver until seated.

8. Rotate the receiver Ol until the bottom of the magazine well (6) faces upward. Insert the main spring (7) into the bottom of the main spring cavity (8). Carefully aline the main spring (7) onto the hammer strut (3).

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