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You can do a hack job or you can take your time and make it look like a gunsmith did it. Just be careful, and mark the parts before you start cutting. Dont use a tin snips. It will look like you cut it. use a file, and do a nice job! After you are done fitting, use a majic marker to color it so it looks like it was like that from the factory. Takes a little time, but good gunsmithing looks good. I have fired around 2000 rounds through my HP22A and is showing signs of wear. It still fires every time I pull the trigger which is a good thing! Do use only standard velocity ammo though. It will digest most of which you put though it, but will fail long before its life expectancy if you use High velocity ammo. 1150 fps is the max that the factory recommends. No High Velocity!! Good luck!
 

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If you are just using the Phoenix for target shooting, the mods probably dont have to be done. You could learn to live with it. If it is used for self protection too, then its going to be a problem. While not a very good self defense weapon, its better than a club or kitchen knife. It does make a lot of noise tho and maybe thats all you need. Try waking up from a sound sleep and insert a magazine...if its not already in there, taking the firing pin safety off, then safety off, then racking the slide..all the while facing your intruder..aint gonna work..you are dead!! The trigger is too light to keep it cocked and no safety on. Keltecs have none of that..just pull the trigger..done deal...
 
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