My problem was even with the small grip insert, I found the DA trigger pull too long and heavy, even with practice my first shot was just a bit to the right.
I am also not a fan of the Beretta decocker/safety, quite a reach and you have to keep pushing it up to take it off safety every time you decock. Makes practice a pain. I would get the decocker-only "G" model if you can.
your issues with the decocker/safety are my two biggest pet peaves with berettas and the long trigger pull is my largest issue I take with DA/SA pistol. normally when I shoot them I fire SAO and cock the hammer each time.
ignore my complete lack of capitalization. I still have no problem correcting your grammar.
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