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I'm out shooting quarters and the Bersa seems to be doing a good job till I go to use my decocker. The safty bar isn't there. It broke. Metal fatigue? Is this part covered under any warranty?
 
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Yes it would be covered under Bersa's one year warranty. If you filled out the registration card and returned the card to Bersa, and you purchased the weapon less than a year ago should be in good shape.

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Is there any info and/or videos on here that show how to replace the firing pin and spring on a 9UC on here? I can't seem to find it. I might as well replace them too. My weapon is the new model (C335**) with out the spring under the rear sight. I'm trying to get everything lined up before they open this morning.
 

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Just talked to Bersa and was told that the safety bar "might" be a free replacement if I sent it in to a repair shop.
So it looks like I'll buy it. No problem replacing the safety bar as I was helped/shown how to do that before. Still looking for info on replacing the firing pin tho. (spring not under the rear sight)
 

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Any one having problems ordering parts through Bersa parts page, use the " Checkout with Multiple Addresses" to get to step 2. Bersa is aware of the problem and is working on it.
 

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Safety bar parts on the way.
I also need to replace the firing pin on my 9 UC but can't seem to find any info on doing it. Has anybody here replaced one on the new 9 UC? The new one doesn't have the spring under the rear sight. I think I found the pin that is holding the firing pin in, but am not sure if I need it to come out from the inside or out from the top. I'm thinking from the inside, I should tap the pin in from the top and have it come out from the inside. Is there anything I should watch out for or have lined up?? Has anybody here done this before???
 

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I'm out shooting quarters and the Bersa seems to be doing a good job till I go to use my decocker. The safty bar isn't there. It broke. Metal fatigue? Is this part covered under any warranty?
Hobbles, Did you really miss hitting the quarter?????
If I shoot at money I would have to use something bigger like a one dollar bill.
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Mornin Tony1990,
Those holes are from a different shoot, I marked them with red so I would know on the next shoot. If you click on the word "job" in my first post, it shows when I hit the quarter. I may go to the dollar my self, it MIGHT be easier to hit. The two nails on the left were for a dime, I tried that then went to the quarter. I have an old 50 cent piece, maybe I should try that?
 
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Mornin Tony1990,
Those holes are from a different shoot, I marked them with red so I would know on the next shoot. If you click on the word "job" in my first post, it shows when I hit the quarter. I may go to the dollar my self, it MIGHT be easier to hit. The two nails on the left were for a dime, I tried that then went to the quarter. I have an old 50 cent piece, maybe I should try that?
Great shot Hobbles, much better that I can shoot. Cool pictures of your broken Bersa and firing pin service.
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Shucks, no pistol parts came, but the roll pin punches did, it's a start.

 

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Shucks, no pistol parts came, but the roll pin punches did, it's a start.

Great looking roll pin punch's you have there and better than my punch kit since my kit only has 6 punch's. Not sure if I lost one.
 

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Evenin Tony1990

As long as you have the ones you need, that's all that counts. I always seem to need just one more tool.
 
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