your gun is UNLOADED
the factory hammer spring cap.
that the magwell fits over the frame and lies flat. It if does not,
minor fitting may be required.
the provided hammer spring cap into the gun.
the trigger to be sure that it still functions properly.
the included screw into the hammer spring cap.
the magwell over the screw head (larger side of the hole). Keep the
magwell centered over the frame as you tighten the screw using your allen/hex
wrench. Insure that the magwell sits FLAT
against the frame as you finish tightening the screw.
the screw so it is just past finger tight. DO
NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SCREW.
the grips on the gun. It may be necessary to remove a very small
amount of material from the bottom of the grips.
on the model of Beretta that you have, a certain amount of blending will be
will be necessary to seamlessly mate the intersection of the magwell and the
you experience any problems with the screw loosening, a small amount of low
strength thread locker such as Locktite 222 may be used on the screw
threads before installing the magwell.
Hammer and Hammer Spring Installation
remove hammer spring cap pin
remove hammer spring cap
remove hammer pin
reverse to replace
Cougar Hammer spring cap removal
Insure the hammer is down. Prop the gun on something that won't destroy the finish (I use a hockey puck) and drive the pin out. The punch you use to drive the pin out will prevent the cap from flying away.
PX4 trigger weight
Factory trigger weighs between 9.5 and 10lbs.
I can get the DA weight down to 7 to 7.5 lbs. Any lighter and reliability will be an issue.
Stock = 7.4mm=.291"
Highest = 8.0=.214"
at 25 yards, diff of about 4"
at 15 yards, diff of about 2.5"
at 10 yards, diff about 1.75"
92/96 Trigger Weights
spring is about 12lbs DA and 6lbs SA
D spring is
about 10lbs DA and 5lbs SA
spring is about 9lbs DA and about 4.5lbs SA
A trigger job
will NOT reduce the DA weights any more than listed above.
A trigger job
can definitely reduce the SA weights below what is listed above.