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Stormtrooperthunder
08-10-2012, 6:04 PM
I was debating whether to pick up the kits from CGW or take my CZ to a gunsmith to do a trigger job. I finally decided to get the kit, the Race Hammer kit specifically. Ordered the kit on Sunday, if i remember correctly, and it arrived today. That is some great service.

So this is what comes with the Race Hammer Kit. Also order a starter punch, which is necessary to complete this job
http://i.imgur.com/n7YuL.jpg?1

Now, removing the pins on the hammer assembly was a P.I.T.A.
http://i.imgur.com/7lnZK.jpg?1

My starter punch even chipped. Sad face.
http://i.imgur.com/ouuUm.jpg?2

Installed everything
http://i.imgur.com/GwKwt.jpg?2
http://i.imgur.com/LDysl.jpg?1
http://i.imgur.com/m8wiy.jpg?2
The trigger is similar to a 1911. The double action greatly improved. I will be taking it to the range sometime soon, but just dry firing it I can say that I recommend the product as of now

bah, pictures not workings. Working on fixing the problem

daybreak
08-10-2012, 6:45 PM
I also picked up my SP01 from David at CGW this Wednesday. I am telling you, he is the coolest guy and really took care of me. I got to see his workspace and some of his other projects and goodies in the works.

Had an SAO conversion done, pre travel reduction, race hammer, FPb removed and some of David's secret sauce to get the trigger at a damn near perfect 3.0 lb break (2 lbs 15.8 ounces to be exact). He spent extra time on it so that I could take it out on Wednesday for a dueling tree date with my boss. The trigger is so freaking sexy I am in love. Went undefeated in the dueling tree that day.

A+ products and A+ dude. I'd take my CGW tuned SP01 SA over a shadow any day.

markw
08-10-2012, 7:53 PM
I've got his older trigger kit 3 I believe, and 2 race hammers. These are definitely worth the $$$ as they eliminate the overcamming of the stock trigger. You only need his starter punch if you don't have a decent selection of punches to drive the pins out. The pins for the strut and disconnector are staked from the factory and require driving them out to move them over to the new hammer.

darmog
08-11-2012, 4:57 AM
I solved that hammer pin problem by just buying a new strut with pins so that I'd have two assemblies, a stock one and the CGW one, in case I needed to swap one for the other later. :):D

Rorge Retson
08-11-2012, 5:53 AM
I also picked up my SP01 from David at CGW this Wednesday. I am telling you, he is the coolest guy and really took care of me. I got to see his workspace and some of his other projects and goodies in the works.

Had an SAO conversion done, pre travel reduction, race hammer, FPb removed and some of David's secret sauce to get the trigger at a damn near perfect 3.0 lb break (2 lbs 15.8 ounces to be exact). He spent extra time on it so that I could take it out on Wednesday for a dueling tree date with my boss. The trigger is so freaking sexy I am in love. Went undefeated in the dueling tree that day.

A+ products and A+ dude. I'd take my CGW tuned SP01 SA over a shadow any day.

You drove all the way to Louisiana?

zfields
08-11-2012, 6:30 AM
I also picked up my SP01 from David at CGW this Wednesday. I am telling you, he is the coolest guy and really took care of me. I got to see his workspace and some of his other projects and goodies in the works.

Had an SAO conversion done, pre travel reduction, race hammer, FPb removed and some of David's secret sauce to get the trigger at a damn near perfect 3.0 lb break (2 lbs 15.8 ounces to be exact). He spent extra time on it so that I could take it out on Wednesday for a dueling tree date with my boss. The trigger is so freaking sexy I am in love. Went undefeated in the dueling tree that day.

A+ products and A+ dude. I'd take my CGW tuned SP01 SA over a shadow any day.


When funds allow, I'm going to make the drive over there. Girl wants to visit LA either way, might as well do something I want also :43:

daybreak
08-11-2012, 9:18 PM
zfields,

Do it! Let me know and we can go shooting.

daybreak
08-11-2012, 9:19 PM
You drove all the way to Louisiana?

I am living and working here in West Monroe, LA (where CGW is located)

Rorge Retson
08-11-2012, 10:02 PM
I am living and working here in West Monroe, LA (where CGW is located)

Very Nice!!! :cool: