Are you talking about up and down sloppy, or in and out sloppy?
On my P95DPR, the right side decocker is held in place by the end of the extractor. If you remove the extractor from the slide, the right decocker lever will fall out of the slide. In Figure 1.1 you can see the extractor in the slide channel. Figure 1.1
In Figure 1.2, number 1 is pointing to the slot in the decocker lever where the extractor sits, retaining the decocker lever in the slide... Figure 1.2
Number 2 is the extractor. If you'll notice the slot in the decocker is about 1 1/2 times the width of the extractor. This is what is causing the in and out slop. The only way to correct it woud be to narrow the slot or increase the width of the mating end of the extractor. And as a note, bending the extractor would not resolve this issue. In fact, it would more tha likely cause FTE(Fail To Extract/Eject).
I hope this helps you out Dave.