These special bits fit both out Magna-Tip® and Clip-Tip screwdriver handles.
The skirted blade automatically centers in the thin, shallow screwdriver
slots found on 1911 Auto and Beretta 92 grip screw bushings.
To use these bushing stakers you will have to provide an appropriately
sized punch that is long enough to fit through the bushing opposite the one
being staked, a 4 oz. to 8 oz. ball peen hammer, and a support block sized to
fit the grip bushing.
The Beretta 92F contains both solid and coiled spring expansion pins.
The expansion pins are NOT standard roll pins. They do have a hole
through the length of the pin but it is not centered and the use of roll pin
punches to remove these pins may result in damage to the pin or firearm.
The Beretta Magazine Lip Gauge is used on 9mm Beretta factory magazines
to make sure the gap between the feed lips is within factory specifications.
For proper feeding the lips MUST be parallel and the gap between
them at least 8.8mm and no more than 9.0mm.
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