92fs HB group shifting

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92fs HB group shifting

Post by Jack H on Mon Apr 30, 2012 2:36 am

I worked with my 92fs today. It has
some improvements, but it's not a Sams or MCP. With bulk WCC at 25
yards it can make 10 ring size TF groups unless I don't. However
getting a consistent grip is tough. The grip is stock except for grip
tape. Each time I pick it up the group can shift 3-6 inches. I am
getting decent TF groupings, but in different spots. I think I will go
back to the HB 45.

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Re: 92fs HB group shifting

Post by BE Mike on Mon Apr 30, 2012 12:48 pm

Hogue makes grip panels out of soft rubber. They seemed to help me. The good thing is if you don't like them, you won't have invested a whole lot of money. http://www.amazon.com/Hogue-Rubber-Beretta-Series-Panels/dp/B000KORBWG/ref=pd_sim_sg_2

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Re: 92fs HB group shifting

Post by Orionsic on Thu Jun 07, 2012 12:15 am

A little late, but I had grip tape from Brownells put on the front and back of the frame. I also had grip tape ironed on with a welding iron to the grips so they don't rap around the grip and comply with CMP rules.

The gun doesn't move "around" like it did.

I might move back to the 45 as well. The trigger slack kills.

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Re: 92fs HB group shifting

Post by DeweyHales on Mon Jun 11, 2012 10:07 pm

The M9 is tough to master. I love it at the long line and hope to survive it at the short. The 1911 is just the opposite.

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