Beretta 9mm Assembly

Make certain weapon is clear and there are no obstructions in the barrel or chamber.

Equipment Condition Pistol, field stripped

NOTE

The rear sight may be removed without disassembly of the slide. The safety must be in the safe Idownl position. See step 12.

DISASSEMBLY

1. Place slide assembly (1) on left or right side with safety (ever (2) over edge of soft support. With a 1/16 inch punch, lightly tap out firing pin block spring pin 13).

CAUTION

Firing pin btock is under spring tension. When removing the punch, maintain slight pressure on the bottom side of the firing pin block. Be careful not to lose the firing pin block spring during removal.

Beretta Firing Pin How Dismantle

| 3-10. MAINTENANCE OF SLIDE ASSEMBLY (cont) | | DISASSEMBLY (cont) |

2. With the forefinger, push in slightly on the bottom side of the firing pin block. Remove the 1/16 inch punch from the firing pin block pin hole {1).

Beretta Disassembly

3. Slowly release the pressure on the firing pin block (1). Jfemove the firing pin block (1| and firing pin block spring (21 from cavity.

Firing Pin Winchester Lever

NOTE

In order to remove the spring pins for removal of the right safety lever wing, the lever must be in the safe (down) position.

4. Place the slide on a soft support with the sights (1) up. With a 1/16 inch punch, lightly tap out both right safety lever spring pins (2).

5. Remove the right safety lever wing (3!.

Beretta Disassembly Springs

caution

The trigger bar detent and the left safety detent are under spring tension. The palms of both hands should be used when removing the safety from the slide to prevent loss of detents and springs.

6. Rotate safety lever It) to fire (up) position. With a punch, push in on the rear of the firing pin striker (2} and rotate safety lever up past fire position until click is heard and hold. Carefully push in on the right side of the safety (31 while maintaining control of detents and springs.

Beretta Pistol Assembly

DISASSEMBLY (cont)

8. Remove the safety (1) and firing pin striker {2) from the slide. Remove the firing pin striker (2| from the safety (1).

9mmassembly GunBeretta Striker

9. Place the slide on a soft support with the sights down. Place the slide in a position so the headed extractor pin can be tapped out.. With a 3/32 inch punch, lightly tap out the headed extractor pin (1) downward at a slight angle. With a pair of pliers, carefully pull the headed extractor pin from the slide while maintaining slight pressure on the rear of the extractor.

Beretta Extractor

caution

When releasing pressure from the rear of the extractor, ensure the rear of the slide is covered to prevent ejection of the firing pin and the firing pin spring.

10. Remove the extractor (1| and extractor spring |2| from the slide (3). (~\

Crack Near Firing Pin Beretta
11. Remove the firing pin (1) and firing pin spring (2} by elevating the muzzle end of the slide (3).
Beretta 92fs Disassembly

CAUTION

Rear sight can only be removed/reinstalled from the left side of slide.

NOTE

Removal of rear sight is authorized only when replacement is required.

12. Clamp the slide into a soft jawed vise between the breech face and the front sight. Support the slide near the rear sight with a soft support. With a brass punch, tap the rear sight (11 out of the dovetail on slide.

12. Clamp the slide into a soft jawed vise between the breech face and the front sight. Support the slide near the rear sight with a soft support. With a brass punch, tap the rear sight (11 out of the dovetail on slide.

Beretta Slide

CLEANING

Remove dirt and corrosion from powder-to ulded parts with wiping rag dampened with CLP. Lightly lubricate with CLP/LSA alter cleaning.

NOTE

When inserting the firing pin, the firing pin block cutout in the firing pin must be alined to the proper angle with the firing pin block cutout of the slide.

| INSPECTION/REPAIR

Inspect slide for burrs or chips on contact surfaces. Polish with crocus cloth if necessary. Inspect slide lor cracks using inspection penetrant. Inspect firing pin for mushrooming, pitting, or cracks. II necessary, replace. Firing pin spring should not be bent or broken. II bent or broken, replace. Check rear sight for looseness upon reassembly. If loose, try another rear sight. Safety lever should not be bent or burred. If bent replace. If burred, polish with crocus cloth. Detents and springs should not be bent or broken. II bent or broken, replace. Free length of recoil spring will not be less than 43/< inches. If free length is less than 43/« inches, replace recoil spring. Extractor hook should not be burred or broken. If broken, replace. Breech face should be smooth with no burrs. If burred, polish with crocus cloth. All parts should have a dull black finish (except the firing pin and springs). External surface finish is critical. II shiny surfaces exist, use solid film lubricant.

2. Place the firing pin spring (1) onto the forward portion of the firing pin (2|.

3. Insert the firing pin (2) and the firing pin spring (1) into the rear of the slide (3) with cutout (4) facing to the right.

Rear Dove Tail Pistol Sights
1. Place the slide into a soft-jawed vise. Lightly tap the rear sight {1), with notch of sight facing to the rear, into the dovetail on rear of slide.
1911 Brass Punch Rear Sight

| REASSEMBLY"!

9mm Beretta Firing Pin Block

4. With a punch, push in on the firing pin. Insert the firing pin block (1) upside down into the firing pin block cutout in the top of the slide. This will ensure that the cutout of the firing pin is afined with the extractor retaining pin hole (2).

REASSEMBLY (cent)

5. Insert the extractor spring (1) into the extractor spring recess hole (2). Insert the extractor {3} into the extractor cutout (4).

6. Insert and push the headed extractor pin (5) into the headed extractor pin hole {6) until it engages and retains extractor (31, while maintaining pressure on the rear of the extractor.

Firing Pin Block

7. lightly tap in the headed extractor pin (1). With a 3/32 inch punch, lightly tap the headed extractor pin in until seated.

8. Remove firing pin block (2) from the firing pin block cutout.

Pistol Cutouts

9. Insert the firing pin striker (1) into the safety (2).

Baretta Slide Assembly

NOTE

The trigger bar detent spring and firing pin block spring are interchangeable. The safety detent spring is slightly larger than the trigger bar detent and firing pin block springs.

10. Preposition the smaller trigger bar detent (II and spring (2) into the trigger bar detent retaining hole. Also preposition the safety detent (31 and spring (4) into the safety lever (5).

11. Insert the safety into the slide with the safety wing slightly above the fire (up) position. Ensure the rear of the striker is flush with the rear of the safety. Push the safety in until contacting the trigger bar detent (1) and spring (2). With a punch, push downward on the trigger bar detent (1) and spring (2|. While maintaining pressure on the trigger bar detent (1), push the safety over the top of the detent. With a punch, push in on the safety detent (3) and spring (4), at the same time, pushing the safety (5) all the way to the right until seated. Rotate the safety (5) down to the safe position.

Beretta 92fs Slide Diagram

REASSEMBLY (cent) |

12. Insert the right safety wing (1) onto the safety and aline holes with a 1/16 inch punch. Lightly tap both spring pins |2| until slightly below flush.

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