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  1. I am running a Cajun extended firing pin, reduced power firing pin spring and 11.5 lb hammer springs in both of my shadow 2's and my SP01 Shadow and have had zero light strikes with federal or winchester primers. Have not tried CCI. I think this is a great combination.
  2. With that being said, I'm not crazy about the urban grey color and am going to have that frame cerakoted soon, probably tungsten grey.
  3. I don't know if the urban grey guns wear faster or if it is just more noticeable because of the black nitride underneath. When the black wears, there is just more black underneath. I have both a black and an urban grey shadow 2 and I don't notice the poly coat on one wearing more than the other.
  4. Yes that seems to be the consensus I am getting. I am about to order an extended Shadow mag release for an SP-01 and the Shadow 2 mag release is pretty much the same price, so just wanted to confirm. Thanks a lot!
  5. Yeah I thought it would be a bit of a stretch but I am about to order an extended Shadow mag release for an SP-01 and the Shadow 2 mag release is pretty much the same price, so thought I would ask. Thanks a lot for the response!
  6. Might be a dumb question, but need to ask anyway. Would a Shadow 2 magazine release in a SP-01 be IDPA SSP legal because it is a factory part? I know the IDPA rules state that a magazine release can be extended in length but not enlarged in footprint, but I did not know if that pertained to aftermarket magazine releases or if a factory-produced enlarged magazine release could be used used.  Thanks a lot!
  7. Might be a dumb question, but need to ask anyway. Would a Shadow 2 magazine release in a SP-01 be IDPA SSP legal because it is a factory part? I know the IDPA rules state that a magazine release can be extended in length but not enlarged in footprint, but I did not know if that pertained to aftermarket magazine releases or if a factory-produced enlarged magazine release could be used used. Thanks a lot!
  8. Thanks a lot for the responses, for now I will just take the pre-travel set screw out for local IDPA matches and I will replace the trigger with a stock 85C trigger for higher level IDPA matches just to avoid potential conflict.
  9. I put a CZ race hammer in my shadow 2 and took the stock hammer from the shadow 2 and put it in my SP01 shadow and it works great. I put the Cajun reach reduction kits made for the shadow 2 in both my shadow 2 and SP01 shadow and they came out great with some disco fitting. The SP01 shadow required quite a bit more disco fitting to get the double action timing correct, shadow 2 only required minor disco fitting to get the single action timing correct. There are some parts that are not interchangeable, like the slide stop and the safeties due to the shadow 2 frame being wider at the top than the SP01.
  10. lkunkel38

    Shadow 2 LOK Grips

    I am running the Lok S2 grips on my S2 and have also put them on my SP01 Shadow, love them on both guns. I wear a size large glove for reference. They fit the SP01 Shadow very well, they only leave a small gap between the grip and the frame in one spot that I can't feel while shooting (see picture with gap circled in red). About to order a second set for my SP01 Shadow so I don't have to switch them back and forth. The texture is very aggressive. I tried a set of the SP01 palm swell bogies and also did not like the flare at the top of the grip, it hit the upper part of my palms on each hand.
  11. Hey everyone, I am new on the forum and had a question regarding modifications to a CZ SP01 Shadow in IDPA SSP division. I originally posted this on the IDPA forum but did not get much response. I have an SP01 Shadow that I did some internal modifications on that I know are alright since they are not externally visible (Cajun adjustable sear, short reset disconnector, springs, polishing, etc.). I also installed a Cajun reach reduction kit on the gun which is the short reset disconnector and an 85C trigger that Cajun modifies by adding a pre-travel adjustment screw in addition to the over-travel adjustment screw that is there from the CZ factory. I know that the pre-travel adjustment screw on the 85C trigger would not be SSP legal as you can see it externally. I spoke to IDPA headquarters yesterday about this and they confirmed that about the pre-travel adjustment screw. Where it got into a grey area is when I asked them if I could just remove the pre-travel adjustment screw from the 85C trigger and leave the empty threaded hole there, which with the trigger in the forward position is not externally visible and does not change the stock function of the 85C trigger without the set screw in it. The gentleman I spoke to said it would be too far into the grey area for him to say it was legal. Anyone have any other thoughts on that? Would just a standard 85C trigger without the extra hole for the pre-travel adjustment screw be fine for SSP? Sorry if this has been covered before, I could not find it searching through the forums. Would this be like taking the extended slide release off a glock 34/35 and putting it on a 17/22 and it still be SSP legal?
  12. But the 85C trigger is a CZ factory part. Does it not fall into the same category as being allowed to take the extended slide release off a glock 34/35 and put it on a glock 17/22 since it is still a factory part?
  13. Hey everyone, I am new on the forum and had a question regarding modifications to a CZ SP01 Shadow in IDPA SSP division. I have an SP01 Shadow that I did some internal modifications on that I know are alright since they are not externally visible (Cajun adjustable sear, short reset disconnector, springs, polishing, etc.). I also installed a Cajun reach reduction kit on the gun which is the short reset disconnector and an 85C trigger that Cajun modifies by adding a pre-travel adjustment screw in addition to the over-travel adjustment screw that is there from the CZ factory. I know that the pre-travel adjustment screw on the 85C trigger would not be SSP legal as you can see it externally. I spoke to IDPA headquarters yesterday about this and they confirmed that about the pre-travel adjustment screw. Where it got into a grey area is when I asked them if I could just remove the pre-travel adjustment screw from the 85C trigger and leave the empty threaded hole there, which with the trigger in the forward position is not externally visible and does not change the stock function of the 85C trigger without the set screw in it. The gentleman I spoke to said it would be too far into the grey area for him to say it was legal. Anyone have any other thoughts on that? Would just a standard 85C trigger without the extra hole for the pre-travel adjustment screw be fine for SSP? Sorry if this has been covered before, I could not find it searching through the forums. Thanks a lot!
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