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This part is easy but tricky. Insert the Sear Pin item #62 from the right side of the frame. Make sure the pin has the smaller dia of the pin on the left side when inserting it. On the Sear item #64 on the left side there is a peice that the Sear Spring item #63 mates to. It has a V shape. Place the spring such that the smaller tang of the spring is touching the sear and is captured by the sear. Now push the pin the rest of the way home. The sear will get its tenchion when the Ejector item #39 (which has a groove in it to capture the long tang of the Sear Spring) is installed. The ejector is installed when the Trigger Assembly is installed. Hobbles has already posted instructions for that.
 

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This part is easy but tricky. Insert the Sear Pin item #62 from the right side of the frame. Make sure the pin has the smaller dia of the pin on the left side when inserting it. On the Sear item #64 on the left side there is a peice that the Sear Spring item #63 mates to. It has a V shape. Place the spring such that the smaller tang of the spring is touching the sear and is captured by the sear. Now push the pin the rest of the way home. The sear will get its tenchion when the Ejector item #39 (which has a groove in it to capture the long tang of the Sear Spring) is installed. The ejector is installed when the Trigger Assembly is installed. Hobbles has already posted instructions for that.
Great looking pictures and clear instructions Clampit. You made it look so easy that I almost feel like picking up a BT9mm UC Pro while at the Ft Worth gun show today.
If anyone goes to the Ft Worth gun show today do say hello to me, I will be the short balding guy wearing a T shirt with Bersa printed on it.

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Thanks, Tony1990. Actually, I'm extremly impressed with the design of this gun. I think it's Genius in design and was surprized with how easy it was to take apart and put back together again and I'm not even close to being a Gunsmith. While it was apart I degreased all of the parts, polished the contact points of the parts; sear,trigger,etc.... Next, I Frog Lubed all of the parts. It now has the smoothest DA/SA trigger pull with a very crisp break and great reset. I've been around guns for 50 years and until I owned one thought they were just cheep Walther knock offs. Now it's at the top of my list for being a great gun.
 

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hi everyone my name is J.R and im new here i just got a bersa thunder 9mm uc in parts and am trying to get the sear and single action to work any help would be great i see you said there are pics and instruction where would i find them
thanks for you time.
 
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