I have this Beretta 92FS Inox. It is Italian made and about 20 years old. I bought it used sometime around '95. It has been the most reliable pistol I have owned, with no problems after thousands of rounds. As time has gone by, I haven't shot it as much, because I was never that accurate with it. I have since bought several highly customized 1911's and other guns that I was much better with. I had always chalked the poor performance up to the inherent inaccuracy of the gun, without really thinking about it. I was reading a post on a forum about how inaccurate the Beretta Cougars were. Others pointed out that the Cougars had a reputation for a stiff trigger pull, and it was probably the shooter and not the gun, as they were very accurate with theirs. I thought about my 92FS, and thought it is time to make this gun interesting again.... So I started off with some presentation grips.... Then I got a factory hammer spring from from the 92D model (double action only). This spring is light and shorter than the standard 92FS spring, making both the DA/SA trigger pull lighter on my gun, but still strong enough to ignite all primers. Next was a hammer from the Elite II model. It is skeletonized for a faster lock time. Lastly, some new Mec-Gar 20 round magazines, increasing the capacity of the gun from 15 to 20rnds with an extended (+2) baseplate. The mags are thick steel with a high quality matte black finish. They have round holes for every number up to 18, and fit very nicely I took it to the range today, ran the target to end, and methodically lit off a 20 round mag. About 2 seconds between shots, just to test the whole system. I am very happy with the results. This was freehand shooting, and I won't call it good shooting, but it shows a significant improvement for me. 20 rounds from this gun before would have been a 50% larger grouping, with 2 or 3 flyers. I can cover this group with my hand I was so happy with the improvement, I thought I would share. The factory hammer and spring I got at brownells for less than $30 with shipping. The mags were from CDNN, and the grips were an ebay find. They are all available elswhere, but that is where I found the best pricing at the time.