View Full Version : 92f almost finished! removing black from trigger and hammer?

05-28-2012, 6:44 PM
Just got back from the range this weekend with the new setup. Forgot to take pictures but Its an improvement for sure! With the factory barrel, I couldn't keep groupings on paper past 7 yards. I know it wasn't me because even with the rental 92FS, I was able to keep a decent size grouping at 25yds. With the new setup, I'm able to get about 6in groups. While not great by most standards, at least I now know its all me from here on thats screwing up :D



1- EFK ported barrel.
2- Sprinco recoil buffer/guide rod.
3- Wolff #18 hammer spring.
4- And finally, Beretta wood grips. " Which is being replaced with different wooden grips, the picture from Beretta's website was misleading, the grips had more of a walnut look to it :mad: "

Only thing missing now is a skeletonized hammer. Which brings me to my question. Is there an easy way of removing the bluing " I'm assuming of course " from the trigger and skeletonized hammer? I really like the stainless look, " can you tell? :D " and was wondering once the black was removed, what I should do to protect the pieces from rust? Would automotive clear coat work?

05-28-2012, 6:59 PM
Nice looking 92!

I am not really a two-tone fan but something about your 92 screams “classic.”

I’ll be looking forward to the final product. What range were you shooting at?

05-28-2012, 7:12 PM
Remove the trigger and hammer and leave the in a bowl of vinegar over night. Get a scotbrite pad and scrub. This will remove the bluing, as for the composition of the underlying metal not sure if will be stainless like your barrel.