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Old 01-30-2014, 2:46 PM
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Default Smoothed out the trigger on my CZ P-06

Last week I smoothed out the trigger on my P-06. It had a considerable amount of grit in the trigger pull and confirmed it in the machining marks on the sear, sear cage, and trigger bar after dis-assembly. Dis-assembly is the same as the P-01. I removed the grit out by incrementally sanding the sear, sear cage, and trigger bar starting with 400 grit, then 800, 1000 3M aluminum oxide sand paper running it flat on a wood block. Once the machining marks were smoothed out I mirror polished the surfaces with a felt polishing wheel on my Dremel @ 10K rpms with Flitz polishing compound. I also replaced the recurve trigger with one of the 85c triggers from my Shadow Target and adjusted the set screw to remove the overtravel. I also replaced the fpb spring with a CGW a reduced power fpb spring. I also installed a 13lb hammer spring. The recoil rod and spring was replaced with the DPM reduced recoil 3 spring system with the stronger gold spring (comes with 2 different power main springs) to tame the 40sw recoil and help with muzzle flip during rapid fire. While re-installing the fpb lifter spring it wasn't aligned and broke the tiny spring so after talking to David of CGW he kindly sent me 2 of those springs for free. In the future I will be buying his decocker version race hammer to install into this gun along with his SRS kit and disconnector just as I had installed in an SP-01 tactical in 9mm which I've sold.


pre polishing

after polishing


DA average of 10 pulls

Sa average of 10 pulls

Replaced the fpb spring with the CGW reduced power fpb spring. I like to use a plastic tent stake hammer from Walmart, works great to keep from marring when tapping pins back into the frame or slide.

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Old 01-30-2014, 2:52 PM
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Nice Job! I haven't torn into my SP-01 yet, but it doesn't seem too difficult. Thanks for sharing.
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Old 01-30-2014, 3:34 PM
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Nice Job! I haven't torn into my SP-01 yet, but it doesn't seem too difficult. Thanks for sharing.
The manual safety CZs are less complicated to work on although the decockers aren't too bad.
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Disassembly and polishing CZ SP01 Tactical or phantom / cz 75BD / P01 *PIC HEAVY*
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Old 01-30-2014, 4:54 PM
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Awesome! Another job well done.
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