92 Army Pistol Disassembly

When applying pressure to the center/coil area of trigger spring, use care to prevent ejection of trigger spring as it could become lost or cause possible injury to personnel.

12. With needle nose pliers, grasp the trigger spring {1} in the center/coil area with the straight leg of the spring forward and the bent leg facing to the rear. Lower the trigger spring into the trigger spring cutout, ensuring that the bent leg of the trigger spring is resting on top of the trigger bar post. With a screwdriver, push down on the center/coil area and at the same time, push the trigger pin (21 in until seated.

13. Install the 90 degree angle end of the trigger bar spring (1| into the trigger bar spring retaining hole (2) in the receiver (3). Then insert the rounded loop end of the trigger bar spring into the trigger bar spring groove {4} of the receiver. With a screwdriver or fingernail, pull down and insert the slightly curved end (51 of the trigger bar spring into the bottom groove of the trigger bar (6).

Beretta Tigger Bar

3 11. MAINTENANCE OF RECEIVER ASSEMBLY (cont)

NOTE

Ensure the bent leg of the slide stop spring retains the trigger pin after installation.

14. Install the sJide stop spring (1| on to the slide stop post (2) with the straight leg resting in the slide stop spring cutout (3) and the bent leg pointing down. Insert the bent leg of the slide stop spring into the forward slide stop cutout hole (3). At the same time, insert the slide stop post (2) into the slide stop hole {4} of the receiver (5). Rotate the slide stop {6) slightly upward and push in until seated.

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CAUTION

Damage will occur from over tightening the grip screws. Tighten grip screws only until snug. ~

15. Install the left and right pistol grips (1), lockwashers (2), and grip screws (3). Tighten only until snug.

CAUTION

Damage will occur from over tightening the grip screws. Tighten grip screws only until snug. ~

Pointing Beretta Diagram

REASSEMBLY (conti

NOTE

When the necessary maintenance task has been completed, reassemble the pistol in accordance with paragraph 3-8.

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16. Install the disassembly button spring {1) into the spring recess hole (2|. Insert the disassembly button (3) alining the disassembly button spring (1) into the disassembly button spring recess {4). With the forefinger, firmly push in on the disassembly button. At the same time, insert the disassembly lever (5) with the wing pointing upward, into the disassembly lever hole (61 of the receiver. While maintaining firm pressure on the disassembly button (3), rotate the disassembly lever {5) rearward and down until seated.

NOTE

When the necessary maintenance task has been completed, reassemble the pistol in accordance with paragraph 3-8.

This task covers:

a.

General Inspection

c. Trigger Pull Test

b.

Safety/Function Check

d. Function-firing Test

INITIAL SETUP

NOTE

Tools and Special Tools

Shop Set, Small Arms, Field Maintenance,

Final inspection should be done after all maintenance

Basic, Less Power {SC 4933 95 CL-A11)

actions. This inspection ensures that pistols are

serviceable when returned to user or stock.

WARNING

Equipment Condition

Pistol assembled (see para 3-8)

Be surfi pistoj is dear and there are no

obstructions in the barret or chamber.

j GENERAL INSPECTION |

1. Check the overall condition of the pistol and make sure black finish surfaces do not reflect light.

2. Check the tightness of all attaching screws.

3. Check for adequate lubrication.

4. Check for missing parts.

5. Make an overall inspection of the pistol for cleanliness and general appearance.

6. Refer to paragraph 3-14 for preembarkation inspection criteria and specific standards.

| SAFETYfFUNCTION CHECK [

1. With the safety in safe position, depress the slide stop allowing slide to return fully forward. At the same timer the hammer should fall to the full forward position.

2. Squeeze and release trigger. Firing pin block should move up and down. Hammer should not move.

3. Place safety in fire position.

4. Squeeze trigger to check double action. Hammer should cock and fall.

5. Squeeze trigger again and hold to rear. Manually retract and release slide while holding trigger to the rear. Release trigger, click should be heard, and hammer should not fall.

6. Squeeze trigger to check single action. Hammer should fall.

7. If the above safety/function checks perform as indicated, pistol is mission ready. If the checks do not perform as indicated, refer to intermediate direct support for troubleshooting procedures (see para 3-6).

1. Place test fixture (1) on bench and add test weights (2) until minimum load of 4.G lbs is reached.

2. Single Action: Place the safety {3) in the fire (up) position-and manually cock hammer 14).

3. Hold the pistol (5) in a vertical position. Place the end of the test fixture (1) over the trigger 16). Slowly raise the pistol in a line parallel to the barrel (7) until the fixture and weights are suspended.

4. The hammer (4) must not fall. If the hammer falls, the trigger pull is too light and the sear and/or hammer must be replaced. Replace the sear and/or hammer in accordance with the maintenance procedures provided in paragraph 3-11. If replacement of hammer and/or sear fails to correct light trigger pull, inspect main spring for correct free length. Replace if necessary (para 3-11).

5. Add weights until maximum load of 6.5 lbs is reached. Repeat the above procedures. The hammer (4) must fall. If the hammer does not fall, replace the sear and/or hammer (see para 3-11).

NOTE

Ensure that safety is in the fire (up) position.

6. Double Action. The hammer (41 must be forward to begin test. Do not cock the hammer. Add test weights (2) until minimum of 7.5 lbs is reached.

7. Hold the pistol (5) in a vertical position. Place the end of the test fixture (1) over the trigger (61. Slowly raise the pistol in a line parallel to the barrel (71 until the fixture and weights are suspended.

8. The hammer (4) must not fall. If the hammer falls, the trigger pull is too light and the sear and/or hammer must be replaced. Replace the sear andjor hammer in accordance with the maintenance procedures provided in paragraph 3-11. If replacement of hammer and/or sear fails to correct light trigger pull, inspect main spring for correct free length. Replace if necessary.

9. Add weights {2) until a maximum load of 16.5 lbs is reached. Hold the pistol (5) in a vertical position. Place the end of the test fixture (1) over the trigger {6). Slowly raise the pistol in a line parallel to the barrel (7) until the fixture and weights are suspended. The hammer (4) shall move back slowly to the cocked position, then release and snap forward quickly. If the hammer does not meet these requirements, replace the sear and/or hammer (see para 3 11) and retest.

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