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Old November 30th, 2016, 07:08 PM   #1
 
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Different hammers between p89 and p89dc?

mentioned this in another thread but figured it migt be easier to start fresh on this question for some of the P series experts here.

anyone know why the difference in hammers on the P89dc? same generation pistols but the hammer surface on the front is a little different configuration. i cant tell what the little raised area does as its blocked by the ejector and sear assembly.

My concern comes from all the upper swaps people seem to do thinking the lowers are the same. I am going through the parts looking for changes and noticed this. i am a little relectant to trust swapping top ends until i get an understanding why the difference in the hammer configuration.



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