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  1. Wideload

    New CZC Gun

    Will it be available in .40 with Single Action Only Trigger?
  2. Wideload

    So what would you do to a used pre-B 75?

    New Fixed Sights 1mm f/o front/plain black rear Check to see if the newer mags fit it. Then shoot it for a while before deciding if you want to put comp hammer and other stuff to it.
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    SP01 For carry optic

    I started with a Burris FF3 8moa on a Springer mount on a SP01 Tac. (Inexpensive sight with a life time warranty on a $50 mount) After a year, had the dot milled onto a P09. Reason for selecting P09, mostly aesthetics as the fatter slide of the Omega Polymer guns seemed to look better with the dot than on steel frame CZs. Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
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    CZ 75 SP-01 info needed

    To complete the thought... You get a slightly lighter gun than SP01, with a high grip like SP01. Also have the ability to make it a decocker or safety, depending on your friend's preference. Finally, you can add the CGW kit at a later time after she gets comfortable with her new gun. It will not match your Shadow but it sounds like you are looking for a solution that will fit a budget. Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
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    CZ 75 SP-01 info needed

    75B Omega with better sights and springs Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
  6. Wideload

    Which 140mm base pad for a P09?

    Thank you for that response. Since I plan to use them at indoor matches some of the time, dropping them on concrete floor is a concern for me. Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
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    Which 140mm base pad for a P09?

    The choices seem to be CZC Flush Fit, CZC with bevel for magwell or Springer. They all cost about the same, so which one would you recommend for CO? Does the flush fit bases have a potential to pinch your pinkie during reload? What are the pros and cons of Springer vs CZC designs? Has anyone tried both? Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
  8. Wideload

    45 small primer

    I put them aside and give them away. There is a local shooter that uses them for his Steel Challenge loads. Sent from my SM-G925P using Tapatalk
  9. Wideload

    Production/Carry Optics Nationals

    At the Single-Stack/Revolver Nationals, one of the turning mechanisms was broken, I'm not sure if that had any bearing on the decision. Thank you -- that would seem to be the reasonable explanation. Maybe I won't have to practice my weak hand shooting.
  10. I predominantly use 16 round Mec-Gar tubes, that you can find for around $20 each. For matches I really care about, I keep a set with Springer Aluminum basepads. For "locals" (especially indoor matches), I have an older set of Mec-Gars with rubber pads. Also have a few SP01 18/19 round mags that I pull out for the rare occasion of shooting Limited-minor. If you have some tall sights, you will want to make sure that the gun with the mags of your choosing fits inside the specified dimensions. My SP01 with F/O front, Fixed Comp Rear, VZ Grips and Springer Basepads fit the box and made weight at last year's Production Nationals. Regarding Magazines failing to drop free, I took out the Mag-brake and straightened it out. Also cut off the hook/tab at the bottom of the brake before I put it back in. (I think you can also buy a straight piece of metal to replace the mag-brake from CZ-Custom.) That addressed the issue of Mag-brake working as designed.
  11. Wideload

    Production/Carry Optics Nationals

    Also only 19 stages for Production Nationals? What happened to the 20th? No pneumatic turner standards for Nationals at PASA?
  12. Wideload

    Any good uses of empty primer boxes?

    Trays for small parts when cleaning/disassembling guns.
  13. Wideload

    Disconnector#2 for Omega Series (CZ-USA)

    Thanks -- so no appreciable gains in performance like you are supposed to get with the CGW Hammer/Disco combination.
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    Disconnector#2 for Omega Series (CZ-USA)

    Saw it listed on the CZ-USA catalog with very little explanation of what it is. Anyone know what it is and how it differs from the original?