Because sometimes the Belt Mountain pins do not fix the problem. If the latch does not fit the pin properly, it still needs to be fitted. I have Belt Mountain pins in my Colts and three Rugers. Straight from Belt Mountain, I had to fit the pins to my Colts. Until I fitted them, they were still jumping forward under heavy recoil. If the latch don't fit properly, stronger springs and other such solutions are just bandaids. The real solution is to fit the pin properly to the latch.
And as I said earlier, I do not recommend the Belt Mountain pin with the set screw. As I said, tighten the set screw too much, and you will bend the pin, causing the cylinder to bind. Plus it's a pain always needing to have that tiny little allen wrench handy.