My 82 shot just fine at the range the other day. However, the empty casings must have been thrown 15-20 feet.
The perceived recoil, over the course of 150 round, had my hand feeling in a bit.
These main springs aren't broken. The gun works. However my gun is she86, and I have to believe my mainspring is atleast from 1986. It's set for some time.
So I ordered a new mainspring and firing spring just to feel good about running this '86 model. OEM mainspring is 14.5 lbs. I bought CZ-82 mainspring from wolff with 16.5 pound. That will help recoil, thus long session at the range, will hopefully keep the ejected casings in the same county, and maybe even help with wear and stresses on the gun.
It's such a cheap mod, and through wolff they include a firing pin spring too; I figured what the heck. Brand new springs for a new life and at time hotter loads, why not.
As soon as they arrived yesterday, I put them on. It already takes a bit more strength to rack the slide, which feels good to me. Need to get her to the range and feel and see the difference.