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Preventing SP-01 thumb safety from activating accidentally


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I've had enough of accidentally activating the safety on my SP-01s when slipping up on a draw, weak-hand transfer, or some other maneuver. What are your favorite techniques for making them stiff as hell and effectively impossible to activate? Staying Production legal, of course—can't just weld them into the off position.

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Couple of ways to go. or combo of all.

thin safeties to get rid of anything that you can catch.

fit super tight. lots of trial and error.

Steve Perman detent spring. they are heavier, longer, push the detent harder into the safety.

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Couple of ways to go. or combo of all.

thin safeties to get rid of anything that you can catch.

fit super tight. lots of trial and error.

Steve Perman detent spring. they are heavier, longer, push the detent harder into the safety.

I see the thin safeties on the CZC web site. Where can I find the heavier detent springs? My Google-fu is failing me :-(

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Couple of ways to go. or combo of all.

thin safeties to get rid of anything that you can catch.

fit super tight. lots of trial and error.

Steve Perman detent spring. they are heavier, longer, push the detent harder into the safety.

I see the thin safeties on the CZC web site. Where can I find the heavier detent springs? My Google-fu is failing me :-(

http://dsperman.com/products/CZSpring/CZSpring.html

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Unless I'm missing something, it looks like that thread says you can't do it. Oh well.

I don't see why not.

You can use the factory safeties from another pistol of the same brand that qualifies in that division.

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Is there a Video for installing the " DSPerman CZ Extra Power Thumb Safety Spring" ?

Not hard. Pull the sear cage and very carefully remove the detent. The spring is under tension and you'll never find it should it launch from the pistol.

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