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Old 12-24-2011, 9:19 AM
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Just picked this up from a Dealer in Reno yesterday:




It shows some holster wear, but not too horribly bad. The worst damage to the finish by far was the CAI marking, it looks like the finish chipped away there.

I ordered the "California Package", which is supposed to come with a 9 round magazine, plus one surplus 12 rd magazine. Most of the time I shoot in Nevada anyway, so it is no problem assembling it at the range, and taking it apart when I am headed home.

The bad news is, they screwed up and sent me 2 surplus 12 round mags. Happy I figured that out before I crossed into CA. I will call them after Christmas and get it sorted out.

The dealer is Steve Johnston, "Timber Outdoors" in South Reno had no problem at all dealing with a CA 03 FFL, and only charged $20 for the transfer. email: steve "at" timberoutdoors.com

No web site yet, he is working on it.

It also came with a holster, looks like a police duty holster, stamped on the back with the CZ logo, and "Praha" in what looks like a running fox logo. Evidently Praha is the Czech spelling of Prague.




Except for the magazine issue, I am very happy with it. Unfortunately I won't get to a NV range until after New Years, and can't shoot it in CA, so range report will have to wait.
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Modify one of your 12 shots in to 10 shots.

You will like this gun. I'm thinking about buying another one just cuase I can
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Looks great. Why bother with trying to get a 9-rounder or modifying one? Just disassemble them if you're worried. Shouldn't matter if you shoot here or Nevada. The biggest problem with hicaps is getting them with a recent purchase, not keeping them after the fact.
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It would be pretty easy to modify one, but the 12 rounders are used, and the 9 rounder I paid extra for is brand new.

As to "why bother" I would like to at least have the option of shooting it in California.

I'll see what JG says next week, I have no doubt they will make things right.

Hell, I would be satisfied if they sold me a 9 rounder for the price of a surplus, it would work out the same, and you can't have too many magazines.
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cz-usa.com has 9 rd mags for sale around $40 same mag as cz83 .380 they are interchangeable.
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You are aware of the polygonal rifling? I got one from JG many years ago and did not
know what it was, lol. I thought I got ripped off. I am older and wiser now.
Here is a link for fixing your mag problem.
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Pardon my ignorance but can't you just place a wooden dowel of appropriate length in with the spring?
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It must be permanent. Not easily reversed.
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cz-usa.com has 9 rd mags for sale around $40 same mag as cz83 .380 they are interchangeable.
That is the same price JG sells them for, and the what I paid for the one I ordered. They just put a surplus 12 rounder in the box by mistake. I have no doubt JG will make it right.

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Yeah, I knew about it. Well, I forgot momentarily when I first looked down the barrel: "WTF----Oh yeah. Poly rifling"

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It must be permanent. Not easily reversed.
I was actually thinking of epoxying a little tab on the bottom of the follower, or epoxy a small block on to the spring baseplate. Both would be pretty simple and it only needs to be about 1/2" long/tall to make the follower bottom out early.

Not sure if those would be permanent enough in the eyes of the Stasi.

The thing is I will be moving to Nevada in the next 6 months, so I really don't want to permanently modify them.
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I picked one up about a year ago, great little gun. I have determined that the recoil spring is worn though, I have a new one in route, apparently this is a common problem but new springs are inexpensive. Have fun!
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Just got off the phone with JG, they we going to issue a UPS call tag to return one of the mags and ship me a 9 rounder.

I offered them to pay for the one they sent, if they would send me the 9 rounder and eat the shipping, and they agreed. Not exactly a surprise, but it works out for both of us. I save a few bucks on an extra mag, and they save the return shipping, and sell another mag.

Can't wait to shoot it.
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It is a very snappy pistol especially with the 9x18 ammo. I love mine.
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J&G are really great about fixing any 'mix ups'..
i would definitely hang on to those 12 rebuilds. i have found the 12 round "rebuild" magazines eject much more smoothly than the 9 rounders. the release seems to get stuck on/with the 9 round magazines. anyone else noticed that? i'm thinking that square-ish hole on 9, on the front where the catch is, needs some filing to match the more rounded one on the 12..
also. i have had some beers tonite..
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I picked up several pistols from J&G recently, and my Cz-82 is by far my favorite of the group
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I picked up several pistols from J&G recently, and my Cz-82 is by far my favorite of the group
i really love mine as well. it is fun to shoot and really accurate.
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Nice looking pistol!
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$20.00 transfer fee, that seems to be pretty normal in the free states, must be nice. I really like the CZ 82, just a great all around pistol. I like my C&R stuff bone stock and unaltered but you can buy some very nice grips for that pistol from Marschal. Finger grips, palm swells, beaver tails, all kinds of nice stuff in some very attractive wood as well. Last time I looked at his stuff it was in the area of $70.00 or so for the top of the line, "all the bells and whistles" models. Great pistols for sure. My only question is, you only bought one?
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I've got a CZ-83's (in .380ACP) that I bought about 10 years ago and it is a great gun -- my only complaint is that the blueing on the frame is pretty thin - it shows wear pretty quickly. But the gun is a frickin' laser..comfortable to shoot, and you can carry it "cocked and locked".

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Here's a CZ82 Military holster in full ambidextrous mode the same as the CZ82 for either lefty's or righty's.





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^^^^ That is awesome! Hadn't seen those before. (I ususally just ignore milsurp holsters precisely because I am a lefty)

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^^^^ That is awesome! Hadn't seen those before. (I ususally just ignore milsurp holsters precisely because I am a lefty)

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I got from this guy in Florida I am a lefty as well. For the cleaning rod I picked up a nagant pistol one for $5.00 or so from same guy.

https://www.buymilsurp.com/index.php...1&keyword=cz82
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I wonder about the legality of wearing one of those. Seems to me that a cop/prosecutor who were dicks could easily charge you with carrying a concealed weapon.

Same goes for a lot of old military style holsters, like the German P38 or Luger holsters, or eastern block Makarov holsters.

Most of the hard shell holsters still look like holsters though, that really doesn't.
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I wonder about the legality of wearing one of those. Seems to me that a cop/prosecutor who were dicks could easily charge you with carrying a concealed weapon.

Same goes for a lot of old military style holsters, like the German P38 or Luger holsters, or eastern block Makarov holsters.

Most of the hard shell holsters still look like holsters though, that really doesn't.
You make a really good point, though it really wont matter either way come Sunday anyway. It does look like with a little leather tooling you could make it a quite nice LUCC case though.
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Why? What happens Sunday?
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Thanks Emcon5 for the mention.

This is Steve, the dealer in Reno that helped Emcon5 out with the transfer for his CZ82.

He was actually the first out-of-state 03 FFL that I had dealt with and I definitely did some homework before putting the transfer in place.

It was as straightforward as any other transfer and even easier since we didn't have to deal with a 4473 or the NV background check process.

After he referred me to Calguns and mentioned that he was going to start this thread, I came over here and checked the site out in more detail. You guys have a great C&R forum as well as the Calguns community as a whole!
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Welcome to the forum and thanks for being Cal friendly. Next Time i am in Reno I will stop by.
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Thanks Emcon5 for the mention.

This is Steve, the dealer in Reno that helped Emcon5 out with the transfer for his CZ82.

He was actually the first out-of-state 03 FFL that I had dealt with and I definitely did some homework before putting the transfer in place.

It was as straightforward as any other transfer and even easier since we didn't have to deal with a 4473 or the NV background check process.

After he referred me to Calguns and mentioned that he was going to start this thread, I came over here and checked the site out in more detail. You guys have a great C&R forum as well as the Calguns community as a whole!
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I really want one of those. I have to make a run to J&G one of these days.
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We would love to see you. Please be aware that we do not operate a retail storefront and handle most business by appointment.

Whether you are picking up a transfer or coming by just to say hi, we won't turn you away just because you are from CA.

You should be able to email me right from Calguns now so let me know when you're in town.
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We would love to see you. Please be aware that we do not operate a retail storefront and handle most business by appointment.

Whether you are picking up a transfer or coming by just to say hi, we won't turn you away just because you are from CA.

You should be able to email me right from Calguns now so let me know when you're in town.
Will drop a line after April or May.
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Nice to see you on Calguns. i already have an appointment with you this Friday to pick up the CZ82 from J&G. I think you'll find a lot of quality customers on this website.

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It is pretty unlikely they would do it twice, but assuming you ordered the "California Package" the 9 round magazines are brand new, in original CZ Packaging, and have an oversized plastic floorplate. The body of the mag is about 1/2" shorter than the original 12 round mags, and the floorplate takes up the missing space.

If your mags don't have this, make sure you take them apart before you cross the state line.
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It was great to meet you today!

Calgunner 03 FFL's have been great to deal with so far.

You got a very nice CZ82. If you have time to post pics, I would encourage you to do so. Your import marks are in a different location than Emcon5's and did not nearly chip the finish in the same way.
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Steve, it was great to meet you today. To all Cal C&R holders, feel confident dealing with Steve for C&R pistol transfers. Smooth, easy, reliable transaction.
Here are pics of the pistol. It was a hand select model and the finish is overall very nice. A few blemishes on the slide, the frame is very clean, the grips have only one significant ding, and the barrel is a very clean polygonal bore with stenciled marking consistent with CZ manufacture codes. The left side of the slide has cleanly stenciled "CZ 82" and "9mm." I'm very happy, and hope to try it out tomorrow. The trigger pull is quite good; double action smooth and medium weight (similar to my Bulgy Mak), single action kind of long but light and smooth. This pistol was a great value. (note--in the 2nd pic I removed most of the serial numbers, thus the smudged look)

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Sweet looks like a good one. You will really enjoy shooting it.
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Did I miss the part where you said how much this nice little pistol cost?

I like the new CZ pistols. Didn't realize how long they have been around.
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Did I miss the part where you said how much this nice little pistol cost?

I like the new CZ pistols. Didn't realize how long they have been around.
They have been around since 1982, hence the name. Not sure how they managed to get on the C&R list, but I ain't complaining.

http://www.jgsales.com/cz-82-czech-9...g.-p-4862.html

Plus shipping, plus $25 to Steve, plus gas to south Reno.
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They have been around since 1982, hence the name. Not sure how they managed to get on the C&R list, but I ain't complaining.

http://www.jgsales.com/cz-82-czech-9...g.-p-4862.html

Plus shipping, plus $25 to Steve, plus gas to south Reno.
I don't remember, did you pay for "hand select" from J&G?
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Glad to see that you are CA friendly! Ill be heading to near Reno in April. Ill Email you a little closer to them with dates. What do you need to see other than an 03 and ID? Im shure others are intrested in the process also. Thanks DR
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