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  1. Sorry. You’re comment/question re hammer movement on SA pull. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Wrote a response but cannot find it in the thread which is weird. Did you see a reply from me re the above? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Nearly forgot. Ensure both legs of the trigger bar spring are in proper position under the trigger bar. Seen one inside the trigger bar as well as one trapped between trigger bar and slide. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Think that is a good place to start. In DA does the hammer move slightly rearward at start of pull. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. 2 decades ago did for a while under old major PF of 170. Meaning ammo ran at ~175 PF. Quit because I could see not benefit. And, haven’t since. My STI frame .40 S&W just runs and no issues with frame. Use a 10 lb recoil spring as recommended by gun smith. A legit USPSA GM and one of the best gun builders I know. My SP01 has 67k rounds and no issues and no buffer. Re post recently re slide stops and sight breakage. Don’t know what sight on the pistol. Did have my SP01 sight break at rear of dove tail. Reason. Pressure from the slide pushing up on the sight. There should be a couple of thousands gap between slide and rear sight tang. Without it they will break due to metal fatigue. Fracture looked like classic metal fatigue break. With relief cut never broke another. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. 2 decades ago did for a while under old major PF of 170. Meaning ammo ran at ~175 PF. Quit because I could see not benefit. And, haven’t since. My STI frame .40 S&W just runs and no issues with frame. Use a 10 lb recoil spring as recommended by gun smith. A legit USPSA GM and one of the best gun builders I know. My SP01 has 67k rounds and no issues and no buffer. Re post recently re slide stops and sight breakage. Don’t know what sight on the pistol. Did have my SP01 sight break at rear of dove tail. Reason. Pressure from the slide pushing up on the sight. There should be a couple of thousands gap between slide and rear sight tang. Without it they will break due to metal fatigue. Fracture looked like classic metal fatigue break. With relief cut never broke another. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. They are supposed to hit the ground when one or both of these happen: they hear gun shots or the timer going off. I think we should get bonus points if we hit them. Since they didn’t hit the ground, they are obviously shoot targets. Any rate I never shot a friendly if was on the ground. Wish I could say the same for those upright. [emoji2957] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I use stock 19 rnd CZ mags. My original 8 have 67k on them not counting any dry fire. Most of the time they all auto the forward slide. Like someone on the thread said sorta sucks when they don’t. I plan on hitting mag release so not surprised. Frankly like it doing that. Just ensure your finger doesn’t wander to the trigger early or it will be a short match. That is the only down side but if your relaid technique is good and solid no issue....unless the hammer follows. But that would suck regardless of the mag releasing the slide or you hit the slide release. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I use stock 19 rnd CZ mags. My original 8 have 67k on them not counting any dry fire. Most of the time they all auto the forward slide. Like someone on the thread said sorta sucks when they don’t. I plan on hitting mag release so not surprised. Frankly like it doing that. Just ensure your finger doesn’t wander to the trigger early or it will be a short match. That is the only down side but if your relaid technique is good and solid no issue....unless the hammer follows. But that would suck regardless of the mag releasing the slide or you hit the slide release. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I’m at 67k rnds on SP01 and still the original plastic guide rod. The only thing I do is to note where the bend is top/bottom/side and then rotate 180 deg. from that position on reassembly. If I get it right great. If I get it wrong, don’t care. Will try to do better next time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Think that would depend on specific model of pistol. Believe Shadow 2s were difficult to make weight. Now no problem. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. CZ Custom did mine. Good job. Turn around maybe a little slow. But I was not in a hurry so did not pay a lot of attention to time. Cajun Gun Works and Primary Machine both have numerous positive comments. Don’t recall a negative for either. Probably cannot go wrong with either of these three. Also, certainly not saying these are the only places that can do a great job. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Henning’s gear is top notch! Just wish more businesses also made things for stock SP01 mags. Never an issue with stock mags and ~70k rnds through my production pistol using stock mags. Still using the first 10 — 2 w/pistol + 8 bought. Added 2 spares before CO legislature and governor lost their brains. P. S. New weight for production pistols with empty mag inserted is 59 oz. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Allowed or done? Never saw anything such as NROI ruling on it. 2019 and earlier rulebooks did not mention bushings which meant not allowed since not specifically mentioned as approved. Also, wonder how NROI defines “model.” Is the CZ75 a model or are CZ75 SP-01, CZ 75 Shadow, or Shadow 2 three different models? CZ USA lists them as a Series. Are CZ75 full size a different model from compact series?Rulebook wording is too vague which is opening the barn door wider than it was and makes decisions for competitors and match staff harder to enforce. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. USPSA App. D4 21.6. Exchange of minor EXTERNAL components. Sights, ... bushings, ... MAY be replaced with OFM or aftermarket parts. Exchange of OFM parts between different models on the Production approved guns is allowed. This opens the door wide open based on my understanding of the rule. Parts from any approved CZ75 can be used on any other approved CZ75. Then there is the catch all on special instructions 2. Unless specifically authorized above, modifications are prohibited. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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