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Question about hammers in IDPA


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I am looking at dressing up my 75 compact for CCP and am curious about hammers. I am looking at keeping it SSP legal for future back up in SSP. The rule says it must come on a standard gun that is SSP legal and not a custom shop only item and it has to be a drop in part that doesn't require modification. There are two hammers I am aware of, that are production legal which generally means might be legal in IDPA: the combat/competition hammer and the shadow hammer. The competition combat hammer is a custom shop part that doesn't come on any factory CZ I am aware of, and from what I understand the shadow hammers have to be milled which means they are modified and hence illegal. Have I got this wrong or are there other hammers on the market that fully satisfy the rule on the hammers for SSP. Anyone care to range lawyer a bit for me?

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So the CZ Custom hammer is legal in SSP on my little compact because it comes on shadows that are SSP legal?

It not a CZ Custom hammer. It is a CZUB part. The only hammer CZC makes is the 4lbs hammer.

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So the CZ Custom hammer is legal in SSP on my little compact because it comes on shadows that are SSP legal?

It not a CZ Custom hammer. It is a CZUB part. The only hammer CZC makes is the 4lbs hammer.

The next question is which gun does the hammer come stock on? Apparently the phrasing came from some XD trigger being ruled SSP legal because it had an SA part number but did not come on any guns standard

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The only pistol it comes standard on that I am aware, is the SP-01 Shadow Orange. The Shadow has its own stock hammer.

Canadian and Austrailian Shadow Mate pistols have the hammer.

The mystery is solved and I can confidently go forward with it!

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