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    px4 type-d {sa only} beretta neeed better trigger pull.

    I just bought a px4 which I was impressed by, but by some crazyness at the gun show i bought the "sa only instead type da/sa".
    I know a lot of guys like these.. But I've only been shooting a few months so the trigger puller is harder than expected and I'm used to the easier pull of the pre-cocked "da" set-up.
    Is there a kit to lighten the trigger pull, this is a 9 mm so i,m hoping the smaller round may made spring changes or a trigger treatment or what ever else may be needed to help. I,m willing to try pretty much any thing(old school spring shortening et)home grown or professional kit. The gun doesn't have an external trigger cocking mechanisim and no safety switches. must be for the quick draw guys!!!
    sorry for the long post but begginers got to start somewhere, thanks for your expertise!
    allan

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    I think you have type "D" double action only as opposed to type "C" constant action only. I've heard the "C" is pretty sweet. Your missing a couple parts however and your going to need at least the sear and trigger bar assembly for starters in order to make it a type "C". Maybe the trigger assembly as well. I don't know if you'll be able to covert to a type FS DA/SA however. Go to Brownells and look at the schematic and you'll see what the "D" action is missing to make it a "C" or perhaps "G" or "FS". I'm not a gunsmith, but it looks like it's possible. I'd call Beretta and ask them if it's possible as well. Your surely doing it the hard way, but the parts are very inexpensive.

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    thanks for you reply I'll look into everything you mentions,

    Im definitely paying for my lack of attention when I bought the gun .
    That a big "DUH" for me on the learning curve.

    thanks
    allan

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    This gunsmith specializes in beretta's, if he can't convert it for you, he will know if your search is futile or not.

    David Olhasso Beretta Parts

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    Hey allan, don`t believe you will find a "kit" to lighten the trigger. How could you make a purchase mistake like that? I know whenever I buy a new gun, I put a lot of thought into it. By the time I am ready to make the purchase I usually know more about the model than the clerk. Just sayin. You probably better put it in the hands of a professional gunsmith. You could get it so light it may go off from a stiff bump.

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