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improving cz75bd trigger

Discussion in 'General Firearms Forum' started by Diesel McBadass, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. Diesel McBadass

    Diesel McBadass Tactically Epic

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    Seems most cz people do a new spring and hammer, apparently the hammers arent for decocker guns, so thats out. I did a wolff spring on my p64 and improved it, i trust wolff for a cz too, there legit. No idea what spring weights are gtg though, offering 100% ignition while lightening the da pull
     
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    +1 they are experts on CZ's and the turnaround is quick
     
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    Check out these guys too. From what I understand, their drop in kits on decocker guns are great. They are members of the CZ forum and they have rave reviews. I'm thinking about it and one of their spring sets for my P01. My favorite gun by far.

    http://www.cajungunworks.com/cgw_4.html
     
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    I asked about main springs on the CZ forum and the general consensus was a 15lb. spring will still give 100% reliable primer ignition. Anything lighter is for compitition. I put a 15lb spring from CZ customs in my 75B and it hasn't missed a beat with hand loads or factory ammunition. DA pull is nice and SA is almost to light.
     
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