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What parts do I need to buy from CGW for a short reset? My sp-01 had a trigger job from automatic accuracy.

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The SRS1/2 has the short reset lifter. Add his disconnector and you are in business

But I would bet that Mink tunes the disco to eliminate some SA pretravel

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So i need a short reset lifter and the disconnector

or take the lifter out, put in a spacer and get a T3 disco

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So i need a short reset lifter and the disconnector

or take the lifter out, put in a spacer and get a T3 disco

That all well and good although not Production legal.

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So i need a short reset lifter and the disconnector

or take the lifter out, put in a spacer and get a T3 disco

That all well and good although not Production legal.

Missed where he said he needed it prod legal. My bad.

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Is it worth putting a different trigger in? and yes I need it production legal

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If you want a short reach, the stock SP01 trigger is the best choice, if you want a longer reach, the "old style 85B" or 97B is what you want.

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Is it worth putting a different trigger in? and yes I need it production legal

Honestly, just get a Shadow and be done with it.

I wish someone would have given me that advice before I bought a stock.

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I have purchased 5 stock czs, not including 2 po7s and a 9. Parts come mostly from cgw and a few from custom and awesome triggers are the result. Very nice shooters and because of someone like Atlas posting a great how to others can experience CZs. Not only shooting but the internal experience also.

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If you want a short reach, the stock SP01 trigger is the best choice, if you want a longer reach, the "old style 85B" or 97B is what you want.

And if you want something in the middle, the "new style" 85 is what you will want.

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What do you want out of the trigger, The Disco will move the trigger back about 5 mm, the SRS-1 has spring kit,lifter and extended FP it will lighten then pull and shorten reset. CGW offers a reach reduction kit, but I believe it will pull you out of the production class.

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I want a shorter reset. the weight of the trigger is fine

then get the T3 disco from CGW and don't look back. It will literally take 99.998% of the pre travel out of the trigger, at SA.

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So all I need is the t3 disconnector? Already have extended firing pin and a trigger job

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I have a 75 sp-01 which has a firing pin block. It says not to use the t3 with a firing pin block

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I have a 75 sp-01 which has a firing pin block. It says not to use the t3 with a firing pin block

I keep forgetting you want it production legal. With the T3, you take the FPB out.

Go with a drop in disconnector and you should be good. You'll still be happy with it.

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Taken from the description of the T2 Disco: https://cajungunworks.com/product/1485t2-disconector/

Disclaimer: This exclusive CGW short reset disco WILL ONLY WORK in CZ’s that have our SRS-1 or SRS-2. The reason is, the 1485-T2 will stop the trigger bar in 3.5mm’s. The stock CZ system resets in 6.5mm’s, therefore if you install this product in a stock CZ, the trigger will not reset in SA.

Disclaimer: If you already have the CGW Reach Reduction (RRK) installed, the 1485-T2 will not work. Contact CGW for a special “hybrid” disco that combines the benefits of the RRK and the 1485-T2. We also offer a custom “RRK-T2” on a special order basis, please call or e-mail for details.

Give Dave a call at CGW and he'll get you squared away.

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