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  1. I just graduated from single vision to progressives this week (turned 40 last week), so I'm following this with interest. As of right now, I'm perfectly fine with just single vision distance correction for shooting glasses, as I really only have a hard time focusing very close (reading a book, phone, etc). As somebody else said, I wonder if I could get a set of progressives dialed in specifically for head/eye/hand placement for shooting? If that's possible, I might be able to hang on to irons for a few more years.
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    Lost decocker lever!

    Update: I contacted CZ through their warranty request portal last night, and I got a FedEx shipping confirmation on replacement parts this morning. No questions asked, just really great customer service.
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    Lost decocker lever!

    That's exactly the kind of info I was looking for. Thank you very much for sharing that knowledge!
  4. fitzdawg

    Lost decocker lever!

    I guess I didn't look hard enough at CZC's website. Still, it's $7 cheaper getting it directly from CZUSA
  5. fitzdawg

    Lost decocker lever!

    I checked CZ's parts site, and I can get the lever there for $18. My guess is that since it's not really an upgrade-able part is why CGW and CZC don't carry it.
  6. All of them look great, but that black with the red slide is calling my name! As a Georgia Bulldog fan that's an ideal color combo!
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    Lost decocker lever!

    At some point during a USPSA match today, I lost the right side decocker lever on my SP01. No idea how are when it happened, the RO just noticed it was missing when I was making ready on a stage. My immediate concern is whether the left side decocker lever is likely to "walk out" or not, and I also need to find a replacement. If anyone has experienced this, where did you get replacement parts? Cajun and CZ Custom don't seem to have a right side lever at all.
  8. I use 4.0gr of Titegroup at an OAL of 1.08 with 125gr RN Blue Bullets for my SP01. That may be a little hotter than what I have to have to make PF, but better safe than sorry.
  9. Recoil and hammer springs, trigger return spring, and possibly sights too.
  10. I traded into an older steel small framed Witness, and I was wondering if anyone has any insight into what CZ75 components may be compatible? I'm primarily concerned with whether the various springs are swappable with after-market CZ offerings. I looked up the serial number on EAA's website, and it says the sku number is 999111. It looks almost exactly like a CZ75 B, and doesn't have an accessory rail on the dust cover at all. I'm relatively familiar with CZs, but this is my first experience with a Tanfo. I tried searching for this info, but didn't come up with any info.
  11. I'm C class in production, D in limited, and haven't gotten a classification in carry optics yet. I really only shot limited because I had gotten a new gun and didn't have enough mags to shoot production at the time.
  12. I agree with everything everyone has said, but I'll add one other thing: Make sure to do your share of pasting targets and resetting stages. Once you're done shooting a stage go ahead and re-load your magazines, then grab some pasters and help out. Your squad will appreciate it, and it's probably good juju too.
  13. Hey everybody, I've been reading on here for a while and finally decided to sign up so I can contribute. I started shooting IDPA in early 2017 then switched over to USPSA after a few matches. I decided about a month ago that being C class was getting old, so I've actually been dry firing a few times a week. I also just started loading my own 9mm on a Lee hand press, which will be upgraded to a turret press in the next week.
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