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  1. If your planning on shooting minor it would be ok but your gun won't last long shooting major. If you want to port it add 3 or 4 vertical ports and a comp and it will shoot really flat.
  2. Oil and solvent Haven't found anything better than motor oil and acetone.
  3. That is not normal for a CZ send it back under warranty
  4. Ya chopping a promag down and running a gram follower cost less than 50 bucks.
  5. I completely agree with sarge I clean my open gun every 4 or 5 matches without issue. If a gun won't run without cleaning and lubing every sub 100rds something is wrong.
  6. Those are some big groups yicks. How is barrel to bullet fit. Like said above your bore is more than likely .3555 so .357 would be best in lead but .355 would probably be ok in copper bullets. If that doesnt fix it I would install a cgw 10x bushing and/or a different barrel.
  7. Ya I know its 5 now but I still wouldn't even be concerned till its above 10.
  8. I casted lead bullets for years and shoot indoors and had my blood levels tested I believe it was 3 or 4 but below the new range limit. Biggest way to get lead poisoning is touching lead than touching your mouth or food. Couple years back anything under 10 for adults was acceptable so your fine.
  9. You should start selling those to the masses, they look great.
  10. John what comp is that? And how does it compare to the sjc11 port.
  11. Most CZ barrels sluggish at .3555 so ideally the best lead bullet would be more than .0005 over bore diameter. You'll know if your bullet is under bore diameter your get gas cutting and terrible accuracy.
  12. I had to do the same as kneelingatlas for my 170mm, I know Taylor freelance was considering making 170mm base pads for the cz75 at one point maybe you could check with him or setup a group buy.
  13. 1. Ya that all sounds normal 2. The nubs your hitting are held up by 2 springs underneath them which is were you getting some resistance. when the slide Mark's are lined up the rear of the slide is probably fighting the hammer causing the resistance there. Cock the hammer and see if that changes it, will still be some when the slide runs over the hammer.
  14. Cz barrels tend to be faster. When making major in my open shadow i can use quite a bit less powder then people running 1911s with 5in barrels and make the same PF.
  15. I'm going to shoot a indoor match with them this thursday so that will be the real test. I'll let you know. Outside I can't tell any difference.
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