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Old 11-28-2017, 6:10 PM
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Default Now I remember why I love my CGW CZ Tac Sport



My Cajun Gun Works CZ Tactical Sport .40S&W has been neglected for over a year. Haven't shot for over 6 weeks and couldn't believe how easy it was to shoot this bad boy at 33 feet at a 3" target. I used Federal American Eagle 165 gr ammo. Next time I'll try to get one ragged hole. I'm sure others have similar results.
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Old 11-28-2017, 6:23 PM
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Good shooting Sir! You do very well for such a long lay over.
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Old 11-28-2017, 6:31 PM
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Shooting with a CZ Tac Sport is equivalent to cheating
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Old 11-29-2017, 12:14 PM
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Out of all the guns that I own, I was only able to get similar groups like this with my CGW 97B-E Copperhead. Can't shoot these groups with my Wilson Combat CQB Elite, CGW SP-01, Sig X5 Comp with trigger work or Tanfoglios. I don't even think I can shoot like this with my High Standard Victor or Smith Wesson M41.

Is it a coincidence that both of those CGW CZ's have a flat trigger with 2 and 3 lb trigger?
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Old 11-29-2017, 3:40 PM
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Out of all the guns that I own, I was only able to get similar groups like this with my CGW 97B-E Copperhead. Can't shoot these groups with my Wilson Combat CQB Elite, CGW SP-01, Sig X5 Comp with trigger work or Tanfoglios. I don't even think I can shoot like this with my High Standard Victor or Smith Wesson M41.

Is it a coincidence that both of those CGW CZ's have a flat trigger with 2 and 3 lb trigger?
Could very well be. I know better to be sights on target before applying any pressure to the trigger on my TS. The difference between my 1911's @3.5lbs vs 2 lbs on the TS is night and day.
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Old 11-29-2017, 8:57 PM
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Crisp light triggers is a big factor in the improvement of my shooting,
"Crisp" is probably more important to me.
My 1911's range from 3 to 4 and a half and I do well with all of them, My CZ's, Sigs and revolvers have a nice single action weight and brake and I also do well with them. My CZ TS in 9mm and SA average about 2 lb. pull and I do better with both of those.
Common denominator, Straight crisp light triggers , MMMM, interesting!
Polymer pistols is another story, I do not feel comfortable with the way their trigger feels, so I do not do so well with them, Sig, Glock, Hk, CZ, Walther, FN, Etc. if they are polymer they are not for me.
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