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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: Tool Steel Striker For The P-10
« Last post by IDescribe on January 19, 2018, 11:51:43 PM »
I do dry fire allot, but I use an o-ring and a snap cap. 

With your P-10?  ;)
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Ok, I don't like shotguns much and I want this...
« Last post by IDescribe on January 19, 2018, 11:47:00 PM »
I also share the fear of Remington's failures to support their QC and parts availability. 

When Cerberus took over Remington, they did what venture capital companies do -- they cut the experienced and higher paid workers, the cut the total number of workers, they cut quality control, they cut every corner they could.   And quality suffered while they lined their pocket books off the reputation of a once fine company.  I won't even buy Remington ammo or components.
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: The Three Musketeers !
« Last post by Tyerone on January 19, 2018, 11:39:24 PM »
Tres Amigos, Hombre!
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AMMO & HANDLOADING / Re: Primer deformation or. . .
« Last post by IDescribe on January 19, 2018, 11:38:15 PM »
Different firing pins/strikers leave different marks.  The fit of the striker/pin to the hole in the breech face through which it passes can affect the mark.

The edges of the primer are still nice and rounded.  I don't see anything to worry about.  BUT I will say that if you take pics of primers to show an audience, take it from 45 degrees, or even a little lower.  When you're straight over the top like that, it makes it 2-dimensional, and it's difficult to see what's happening.
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: Story of two steel guide rods.
« Last post by Scarlett Pistol on January 19, 2018, 11:33:48 PM »
Well the aluminum ones that used to be available were on the CZ USA web store. But they aren't even listed anymore.

The lighter recoil springs for the Compacts are 14 lbs. If you don't shoot NATO spec or +P and run your steel guide rod with those then just check the guide rod and frame when you do a quick cleaning. I have run warmer loads and ended up just running the stock recoil springs. They're heavier but they break in after 200 or 300 rounds and aren't terrible. Cajun Gun Works has a page where they explain how far brass should go. I'll go find it.

Again, I've peened my steel frame with ammo that was hotter than I thought, lighter recoil springs, and the steel guide rod. It was ever so slightly there, but it started happening. That would only be amplified on the alloy frames. You have a beautiful set of pistols and I just don't want that to happen when you're not realizing it could happen.

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Cajun Gun Works / Re: P-10-C Strikers In Stock
« Last post by copemech on January 19, 2018, 11:28:37 PM »
tell me why they need a new striker?
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: Got lucky, got me new PO-1 Steel frame (SKU 99041)
« Last post by turboflyer1 on January 19, 2018, 11:23:59 PM »
Picked up a 99041 today. It’s has CZ P-01 on the slide.
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Ok, I don't like shotguns much and I want this...
« Last post by eastman on January 19, 2018, 11:23:45 PM »
And here, I thought you were talking about something truly interesting like this...



https://www.outdoorhub.com/news/2018/01/17/introducing-new-tavor-ts12-bullpup-shotgun-iwi/

Instead it's a post about another tired old 870.  ;D


I don't know if I will ever buy the new Tavor shotgun, but I would certainly love to try one.
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: My new 99041 arrived !
« Last post by turboflyer1 on January 19, 2018, 11:18:28 PM »
Just got my 99041 model number CZ75. 1 out of 50. Gun is tacky to the touch
Lots of storage grease. Only difference I can see between the 99021 and the 99041.
99021 has stamped CZ75 Compact Cal.9 Luger
99041 has CZ 75 P-01.

Both have rubber grips
Both have Safety’s
The 99041 has 17 CIP N stamped on the slide near the ejection port
The 99021 has 16 CIP N stamped on the slide near the ejection port.

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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: Tool Steel Striker For The P-10
« Last post by cremaley on January 19, 2018, 11:03:11 PM »
I'm very happy that Cajun is making these. However, it is unacceptable to actually need to buy one. Well much like the junk trigger return springs.... aftermarket is the only way.

It may be unacceptable but its the way things are today. Ask all of the Glock owners who purchase aftermarket parts for their Glocks. Before I was finished I added over $300 in aftermarket parts to my Glock 43.
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