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  1. Good day, everyone! I'm looking for an instructional video on detailed disassembly for CZ Shadow 2. I've searched Youtube already, and kept finding one for CZ 75 SP01 Shadow. Are the steps on disassembly really similar for these two? If not, I would really appreciate if anyone can send me a link for one. It doesn't have to be a video as long as the instructions are clear and detailed. I just preferred video since i'm more of a visual person. I appreciate any help and thank you in advance!
  2. Gents; here is a quick guide if you receive your Tanfo with a Gen 2 trigger bar, and you've ordered a bolo/titan/1-piece sear. You'll only need to remove .020", so go slow and measure often. It doesn't take much using a rotary and diamond bit.
  3. Does anyone have a link to the Henning trigger job videos? All the links I'm finding are old & dead.... Thanks
  4. For whatever reason, I cannot just buy a perfectly good gun and leave the trigger alone! I'm not sure if it's a fetish or some other elevated condition that's had no cure. But I like it!! So this time it's my EAA Witness Comp-P in 10MM, which is 12 shots of OMG! The only modification for this job was a Patriot Defense "Bolo" disconnector (interruptor), which needed a good bit of fitting for a solid reset and for the double action to function (be careful when messing with the disco 'wing'). Removing the disconnector on the polymer guns is no treat as compared to the Elite series Tanfo guns. I think I pulled the hammer out at least 6 or 7 times! UGH. The result is a very nice trigger pull, with a SA break at 4lbs. with no spring changes. Not bad. I think I'll leave well enough alone on this one. Maybe, right. LOL.... So here's the video. Please chime in.
  5. Sooner or later I'm going to be getting another pistol, probably .40, undoubtedly used, probably polymer striker fired. There's an abundance of M&P and Glock used police pistols which is making them a very attractive option, to either pick up an M&P 40 full size or G22 used then put a good trigger in it. I currently have a G34 with the Ghost Rocket in it and love it. My question then is, though, how would you compare a Glock with that connector (or better?) to an M&P with the Apex Competition kit in it? I know people who have them and they swear by them but I haven't had the chance to actually try one myself. Anyone here own both or have had one or the other and have preference between them and why?
  6. Just sent my new .40 S&W M&P C.O.R.E. to Apex Tactical Specialties for a trigger job and Failure Resistant Extractor. Gunsmith who actually worked on my gun called me to explain that he didn't like the reset on the gun and would like to replace a part at cost, labor free, because he thought I would like the difference. Gun was ready for me much earlier than I imagined and yesterday when I shot it, I was incredibly pleased with the work. So I highly recommend this company for any work you'd like to have done. Communication with them was excellent and the work is fantastic.
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