Orbit

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    Finally read the FAQs

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    Canada
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    Pistol and Rifle shooting sports
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    Orbit Trimene

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  1. thanks blaster boy
  2. Thank you for the explanation HPJack. I will consider the 550 than sqb
  3. I have limited space for reloading, i will make some research for Dillon 550 and will try to email Pat H. What do you mean Hi-Power Jack in regards to SQD in 40? Thanks
  4. Hi, I am really injected now in IPSC and in the process of going to 3 gun this coming summer. I am planning to reload my own ammunition (9mm & 40S&W). To be honest, I don't know how to start reloading in regards to Canadian Law specifically in Ontario, Canada. I am getting different inputs like, i can reload in my basement, some will tell me that it must be in a separate building, some will say you can reload even in your apartment. I don't want to be in trouble with CFO and I am just trying to save some to further my own cause in lieu to financial and availability of ammo at all times. I am just planning to get a basic Dillon Square Deal B for both Calibers. My friends, especially Canadians, what I need to do legally?
  5. Hi Nokimberdave, Nice pistol and looks cool. I will be doing this to one of my cz shadow 1 and will run to standard eventhough its just for minor. I am not running to be the champion but for fun, friends and constantly developing my skills, if one day i got it, thank you. Thanks man.
  6. Hi, i am shooting in IPSC, i think i can run this in standard. Cz 2 for production and cz 1 for standard. I would like to know and see if the trigger pull and the positioning of my trigger finger will be as good in 1911.
  7. Friends, I would like to purchase a Single Action Trigger to convert my cz shadow 1 or 2 to single action. 1. Is it worth to convert 1 of my pistol? 2. Is there any significant changes in trigger pull? 3. Kindly share your experience with one of your SA trigger in CZ Thank you.
  8. Friends, I have CZ shadow 1 and CZ Shadow 2. I would like to know If I can swap the thin safety of CZ shadow 2 to my CZ Shadow 1 or vice-versa. Any inputs in regards to this will be highly appreciated. Thank you.
  9. I made a reservation since March 2016. I got it Dec 2016.
  10. Hello Memphis and Biglou, I adjusted the overtravel screw to minimum. Then i performed a lot of dry fire, polishing of internals including the strut and the trigger pull further dropped to 3.2lbs consistently. I did further change the firing pin spring to a lighter one from dlask. I am Canadian. We are lacking of firearms spare parts supplies and hard to get anything from US now. I was able to get a couple of dawson sights by getting it directly from US and cross the border where it was very inconvinience ans costly. Thank you for the response. I will be testing the pistol again tomorrow and will keep all of you posted.
  11. Hi Chili, I found it but what is the connection of this aside from restricting the rearward travel of the trigger? I just want to share, that during my double tap practice, i experience where the trigger/hammer just drop down without even actually hitting the primer/firing pin, it seems that I just put down the hammer manually. I think it happened twice and just ignore it as maybe my trigger finger fault as i want to make a fast double tap. I came from 1911 before switching to double action trigger.
  12. Hey Chili, just to ask where can i find the set-screw for trigger overtravel in cz shadow 2?
  13. Thanks Chili, i will do that and will post an updates👍😊
  14. Hi Chili, I installed the cz extended firing pin with spring which was a spares for my CZ Shadow 1. I bought this i think 3 years ago.
  15. Thank you for the replies Memphis & Chili. I just came back from the local shooting range and the following were the results: I tested my CZ shadow 2 with the full 13 lbs hammer spring, polished extended firing pin with the new FP Spring a. Canadian Military Ball Ammo 139 9mm (picture in the right (brass colour)) - light strike; second strike fired, the rest fired b. 3 out of 150 rds reload ammunition 124g 9mm failed to ignite or with light strike (picture in left) c. Win white box 115g Factory load --- all ignites One of the shooter told me not to change the factory Firing Pin and Spring and I don't know if this was the case of this intermittent light strike in my new CZ Shadow 2. Sample spent casings are shown for the patterns of firing pin impact.