Author Topic: Project "C-100" how to smooth a Tristar/Canik Long thread lots of pictures!  (Read 42963 times)

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Offline NineN10mm

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Thanks, Terry.

It would have been a lot easier if they had a lanyard loop at the end of the spring cap, so we can push in the spring on just a flat surface. :)

Offline h8louzn

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Sorry to bring up an old thread.
Thanks Terry I have now sepnt 163.00 at CGW on my C-100 and P-120 and not finished!
Will update with new numbers..

Offline terry mc

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Sorry to bring up an old thread.
Thanks Terry I have now sepnt 163.00 at CGW on my C-100 and P-120 and not finished!
Will update with new numbers..

Glad I could help spend you money, Ha ha

The plus is you will love the gun when you are done.
Terry Mc
G.B. CZ-97BE-SA
CZ Scorpion CZ Custom Trigger Pack, Streamlight TLR-1HL Primary Arms MD-ADS
75B polished stainless  (wifes, pure stock for now)
RAMI safety model (CGW springs, Shadow hammer & sear, polished act., tritium sites)
TRISTAR C-100 (CGW & polished act. tritium sites)

Offline h8louzn

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Put 300 rounds thru them on wed. Not one issue. Now to put the parts in.. SA Trigger pull dropped .5-.8 just shooting 150 rounds.

Offline briang2ad

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Looks like CGW doesn't sell the sear/hammer separately now.  So... if you want a hammer sear it is $300.

Offline terry mc

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This is a shame.
Since the low cost nature of the gun, leaves room for the dyi people to
make an excellent gun on the cheap.
I know David has commented that sales of these parts (Canik) have been slow so he cut back on the offered items.
Terry Mc
G.B. CZ-97BE-SA
CZ Scorpion CZ Custom Trigger Pack, Streamlight TLR-1HL Primary Arms MD-ADS
75B polished stainless  (wifes, pure stock for now)
RAMI safety model (CGW springs, Shadow hammer & sear, polished act., tritium sites)
TRISTAR C-100 (CGW & polished act. tritium sites)

Offline h8louzn

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I talked to David and he is bringing back some of the parts. Hopefully it will be soon..

Offline kvnndvn

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Hi guys,

I just found this awesome thread. I must say it gave me a new respect for my stock C-100. My piece is identical to Terry's, but in .40 S&W. That said, being the next caliber up in power, can I use the same set up as everybody here? I also ordered Meprolight Tru Dot sights, and they should arrive in a few days. Looking forward to making this happen.

Offline terry mc

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Hi Kvnndvn,
Glad you enjoyed the tutorial.
Just got your Email as well.
yes allowing that the parts are available from Cajun Gun Works you can do the same things.
The trigger group should be the same.
(edit) I just looked you can buy the complete Canik Hammer kit again, half way down page 3 on his sight (end edit)


I think the Meprolight is a vertical blade so if that is the case you should not have any issues, only the fun is getting the stock ones out.

I will respond to your other questions on your email, on a responce to it directly.
Terry Mc
G.B. CZ-97BE-SA
CZ Scorpion CZ Custom Trigger Pack, Streamlight TLR-1HL Primary Arms MD-ADS
75B polished stainless  (wifes, pure stock for now)
RAMI safety model (CGW springs, Shadow hammer & sear, polished act., tritium sites)
TRISTAR C-100 (CGW & polished act. tritium sites)

Offline Underwhere

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Thanks for this thread.
I've done this same work before but never really had it so well laid out. I wish I had seen this a long time ago.

I have my Tristar p120 with CGW parts down to 2 pounds 10 ounces (SA). This is with the blue 13 pound hammer spring.

Before polishing the sear cage and associated parts it was at 3 pounds 8 ounces so a pretty significant difference.

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« Last Edit: August 11, 2017, 10:50:36 PM by Underwhere »

Offline terry mc

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Thanks for this thread.
I've done this same work before but never really had it so well laid out. I wish I had seen this a long time ago.

I have my Tristar p120 with CGW parts down to 2 pounds 10 ounces (SA). This is with the blue 13 pound hammer spring.

Before polishing the sear cage and associated parts it was at 3 pounds 8 ounces so a pretty significant difference.

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Glad you enjoyed it, I enjoyed doing the thread.
It is always fun to share your experiences with fellow enthusiasts.
Terry Mc
G.B. CZ-97BE-SA
CZ Scorpion CZ Custom Trigger Pack, Streamlight TLR-1HL Primary Arms MD-ADS
75B polished stainless  (wifes, pure stock for now)
RAMI safety model (CGW springs, Shadow hammer & sear, polished act., tritium sites)
TRISTAR C-100 (CGW & polished act. tritium sites)