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zfields
10-08-2011, 8:40 AM
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-50BvxcKjS6Y/TpB3BujBe1I/AAAAAAAAAm8/Ru8152GqITI/s912/IMAG0060.jpg

the mystery box.

hkdad
10-08-2011, 8:47 AM
Tease....

zfields
10-08-2011, 9:07 AM
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-QohglC9WS-8/TpCDGr4LvII/AAAAAAAAAnM/-6cglNnGuDs/s912/DSC00641.JPG

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-Jvte4sndSUs/TpCDHhoaMhI/AAAAAAAAAnU/yZZYoS_Knp4/s912/DSC00644.JPG

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-pbMR4vtNVNU/TpCDFhiYFJI/AAAAAAAAAnA/yAi27KttBlc/s912/DSC00648.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-dm_b6rQUV-Y/TpCDFsyxRSI/AAAAAAAAAnE/ABzGzZdIRBk/s912/DSC00645.JPG

https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-o41EM7L8tRQ/TpCDGd6-Q6I/AAAAAAAAAnI/w_VJDmJhVAs/s912/DSC00646.JPG

JeremyS
10-08-2011, 9:13 AM
[czech version of Borat] VERY NIIIICE!!! [/cvob]

zfields
10-08-2011, 9:14 AM
Just waiting for the trigger kit to come from CGW, the DA trigger is pretty nasty.

hkdad
10-08-2011, 9:23 AM
nice! that's one heck of a shooter!!!

BHP FAN
10-08-2011, 9:25 AM
Saweet! Reminds me of a SIG P210!

mugiwara
10-08-2011, 9:38 AM
my wife just got a p01 last month, what great guns they are making!

darmog
10-08-2011, 9:52 AM
Cool. They're finally getting them in. Give us a range report and comparison to your old 75b when you can. :)

zfields
10-08-2011, 9:57 AM
Cool. They're finally getting them in. Give us a range report and comparison to your old 75b when you can. :)

Well, im hoping it doesnt blow up like my 75SA did.

This was a warranty replacement. The SA like I had is backlogged supposedly.

bsg
10-08-2011, 10:12 AM
congratulations.

esartori
10-08-2011, 10:16 AM
beautiful gun!! I THOUGHT the tactical wasn't on the roster. Did you SSE it?

eltorito
10-08-2011, 10:28 AM
he lives in texas?

zfields
10-08-2011, 10:36 AM
he lives in texas?

Bingo.

zonzin
10-08-2011, 5:44 PM
Just waiting for the trigger kit to come from CGW, the DA trigger is pretty nasty.

It will smooth out after a couple of hundred rounds. Just keep it cocked and locked and shoot SA only. CZ's are awesome.

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zfields
10-08-2011, 6:00 PM
It will smooth out after a couple of hundred rounds. Just keep it cocked and locked and shoot SA only. CZ's are awesome.

.Its a decocker model, and in production USPSA gotta start from DA.This is a warranty replacement for a CZ75SA that had an out of spec barrel/slide.


Kit came today, installed the reduced weight hammer, FB, and FP springs. Need to make a slave pin before I can put in the new hammer and disconnector.

den888
10-08-2011, 7:07 PM
Nice!

JeremyS
10-08-2011, 7:38 PM
Kit came today, installed the reduced weight hammer, FB, and FP springs. Need to make a slave pin before I can put in the new hammer and disconnector.
Haven't worked on a decocker model, but I was able to swap the sear and hammer on my SP-01 for CGW ones pretty easily without a slave pin anywhere. It all went smoothly. Of course, I know you know what you're doing so I'll go ahead and assume there's a dococker-related part that requires a slave pin to make life easier :p

Like everyone says about the CZ's, it smooths out from a few hundred trigger pulls. That can be actual rounds fired or hundreds of dry fires. Or, you can remove the trigger bar and basically all of the other parts that move during the trigger pull and polish everywhere metal moves against other metal. The CGW kit got rid of any and all hammer camming in SA and made the break extremely clean and crisp and much lighter than before, but it doesn't change the feel of the double action pull -- it just has to get smoother from use (or manual polishing).

Oceanbob
10-08-2011, 7:41 PM
wow...a very nice looking weapon......Lucky you live in a free state..:D

Do they make that in 10MM..?

Take care
Bob

zfields
10-08-2011, 7:41 PM
Haven't worked on a decocker model, but I was able to swap the sear and hammer on my SP-01 for CGW ones pretty easily without a slave pin anywhere. It all went smoothly. Of course, I know you know what you're doing so I'll go ahead and assume there's a dococker-related part that requires a slave pin to make life easier :p

Like everyone says about the CZ's, it smooths out from a few hundred trigger pulls. That can be actual rounds fired or hundreds of dry fires. Or, you can remove the trigger bar and basically all of the other parts that move during the trigger pull and polish everywhere metal moves against other metal. The CGW kit got rid of any and all hammer camming in SA and made the break extremely clean and crisp and much lighter than before, but it doesn't change the feel of the double action pull -- it just has to get smoother from use (or manual polishing).

Decocker needs a slave pin for the sear cage assembly, otherwise it all falls apart (yes, found out the hardway). I must say, there is NO good documentation for taking apart the ambi-decocker models, so it took me a while to get it apart.

I smoothed out my SA pretty well using lapping compound instead of oil, but Im going to strip down to the trigger bar tommorow and smooth it out along with getting the new hammer and disconnector installed, and changing the safety over to the right side ( thats just what im used to ). The CGW spring kit eased up the DA pull a TON, so Im hoping with some polishing and use it will only get better. The SA pull on it is very clean already, with a decent reset.

zfields
10-08-2011, 7:42 PM
wow...a very nice looking weapon......Lucky you live in a free state..:D

Do they make that in 10MM..?

Take care
Bob

EAA does, I believe with a light rail, but for sure without.

JeremyS
10-08-2011, 7:58 PM
I just wish there was a way to get rid of the pretravel in SA mode while keeping a working double action (not converting to SAO). I'm 100% happy with everything about the trigger on my SP-01 now, except for all of the pretravel in SA. Not a big negative, but it's just something I would improve if I could.

ERdept
10-08-2011, 7:58 PM
I like these, esp the tactical sport.

But the slide is so squat that it's hard to get a grab on it.

Dark Mod
10-08-2011, 8:01 PM
Nice!

zfields
10-08-2011, 8:29 PM
I just wish there was a way to get rid of the pretravel in SA mode while keeping a working double action (not converting to SAO). I'm 100% happy with everything about the trigger on my SP-01 now, except for all of the pretravel in SA. Not a big negative, but it's just something I would improve if I could.

Thats something that I thought would bug me, especially coming from an SA only, but so far just from excessive dry firing ( its actually raining here in central texas, FINALLY! ), its not bad. The reset is pretty short, at least for my taste, that the creep isn't to bad.

I just wish it was possible to get the SAO trigger shape in a DA/SA gun.

Duranimal
10-09-2011, 12:14 PM
you damn out of staters get me so jealous!!!

zfields
10-11-2011, 7:37 PM
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-k-y8niZT5fU/TpC1vxMepnI/AAAAAAAAAqM/JuCZ0R8i6DU/s720/IMAG0065.jpg

got the springs in, borrowing someone vice tomorrow to finish installing the hammer/disconnetor


Lil polishing also, didnt go to crazy, just wanted to knock off the rough parts

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-2OpES-440J8/TpUJrqTZlCI/AAAAAAAAAqM/_z3rt7jqLZw/s640/IMAG0069.jpg

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-3FPaK583DdA/TpUJyNqMU4I/AAAAAAAAAqM/HQXNfoctoHI/s640/IMAG0071.jpg

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-mUXDImiB1Ak/TpUKo8hSX0I/AAAAAAAAAqM/md3D9baviYo/s640/IMAG0079.jpg

ZX-10R
10-12-2011, 6:04 AM
Nice...CA can get that gun one day but only if you start voting smartly in the future.