Looking for a safety for a 92.

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Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby stevep1954 » 09 Sep 2018 15:05

my safety lever broke off one of the tabs that covers the S & F and i don't want anyone getting confused by it. i was wondering if anyone has an extra safety lever i could buy? or where i could order one w/o having to deal with braztech. thanks
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby akuser47 » 09 Sep 2018 16:58

Contact Steve at steves guns I think he helped another fellow out in this exact problem. It will depend on if he has spares in stock. He is probably your best bet if Rossi themselves wont sell you one.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby golfish » 10 Sep 2018 18:55

OP, I have a couple. PM me your address and I'll send it to ya.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby Ranch Dog » 13 Sep 2018 08:05

When you pull the worn safety out, be mindful of the small BB and spring. The reinstall vs. the BB is a bit of a trick to get together.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby stevep1954 » 13 Sep 2018 11:34

thanks for the reminder. that nice guy golfish is sending an extra spring and ball, just in case my thumbs decide to do the work.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby Ranch Dog » 13 Sep 2018 14:30

I did a topic on the install as I had removed a number of mine for the safety peep. No luck find it yet.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby Ranch Dog » 13 Sep 2018 14:34

I did find this post within a topic for lubing the safety...

Ranch Dog wrote:I've started to use a chainsaw sprocket lube pump to pack the cavity with grease. I hit the the two dimples that catch the BB on each side of the plug. It makes it slicker than snot. I wonder if just filling it with grease would tighten it up?


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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby Ranch Dog » 13 Sep 2018 14:37

Found another one of my good ideas should you need to remove it.

Ranch Dog wrote:When you remove it, be very careful not to lose the BB. If you can, pack the gap with grease as that will keep the BB from rolling out and off. I also put a small magnet right where the BB is resting as that will pick it up as well.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby golfish » 13 Sep 2018 19:53

Steve, I just got the package back from the P.O. I guess one stamp wasnt good enough :)
I'll resend it in the morning.
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Re: Looking for a safety for a 92.

Postby rondog » 14 Sep 2018 00:30

I've found removing the safety parts inside a 1 gallon ziploc bag helps to contain them. That dang detent ball is about as small as a gnat's nut.
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