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CZ 2075 RAMI CLUB / Re: CZ RAMI Grip Screws
« Last post by PnoyGeek on Today at 10:44:11 AM »
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CZ CLONE CLUB / Re: Amerigun or Tooltech Tritium Install?
« Last post by himurax13 on Today at 10:40:00 AM »
Has anyone had Amerigun or Tooltech do a tritium night-sight install on their pistols?  I'm looking at doing this for a Witness P and maybe a steel Witness as well.
Thanks!
I have a K2 45 there ATM. I replaced the rear sight with a Henning Battlehook so a shorter front sight will be needed.

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Ive got a new SP01 Tactical in urban grey ive been thinking about selling or trading ( wanting PCR,, P-01 maybe Omega P01).... Maybe 50 rounds thru it at the most ,, has case , 2- 18 round mags , cleaning brush , paperwork, rubber grips, night sights ... Only thing ive done to it was polish rails to get overspray of cerakote off, light polish of trigger bar ... Gun is very accurate , bought brand new maybe 3 ta 4 months ago on an impulse while looking for a PCR compact ,, if interested message me and we can talk and exchange pics,,  just orderd spring kit for it yesterday  ::)....
Just went back and looked when i bought it , it was purchased Feb 5 2019 not 4 ta 5 months ago......
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I’ve been looking to pass on my 99021


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Ive got a new SP01 Tactical in urban grey ive been thinking about selling or trading ( wanting PCR,, P-01 maybe Omega P01).... Maybe 50 rounds thru it at the most ,, has case , 2- 18 round mags , cleaning brush , paperwork, rubber grips, night sights ... Only thing ive done to it was polish rails to get overspray of cerakote off, light polish of trigger bar ... Gun is very accurate , bought brand new maybe 3 ta 4 months ago on an impulse while looking for a PCR compact ,, if interested message me and we can talk and exchange pics,,  just orderd spring kit for it yesterday  ::)....
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Calipers are for making quick and close measurements. All you can do with a caliper is clean and close the jaws, and then see if it "zeroes" when closed. If you need to make precise or critical measurements, then you need to own a micrometer.

Calipers are handy and fast. You can get Inside, Outside and Depth readings really fast. And you can do "tricks" like "zeroing" a digital caliper at the perfect dimension, then all the items you measure will show how far they are (plus or minus) from "perfect". And those answers will be good enough for most reloading needs.

But do NOT equate "fast and easy" with "precise". Just because a digital caliper shows a number on the digital readout don't make it so. Especially when you are seeking answers at or smaller than 0.001".



Also note that a digital caliper is actually reading a small strip of magnetic recording tape buried in the caliper's handle. A "head" (very similar to those found in a cassette tape player) reads the increments recorded on the tape as they pass under the head. That's why digital calipers are only available in non-magnetic plastic or stainless. IF the caliper is placed near strong magnetic fields, then, just like a VCR or audio cassette, the tape can be erased, thereby ruining the instrument's accuracy. 

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I only use my dial caliper, the digital one is indeed out of whack. I just looked at micrometers online and there is a wide range of prices, $11.99 to $7000+! Do you have any recommendations?
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CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Firing Pin Block chewed up on Scorpion
« Last post by biggerhammer on Today at 10:23:01 AM »
I don't see any of the typicle evo  hammer deformation that we normally see on these hammers. since your hammer doesn't appear to be deforming,  I'd say your hammer is much harder that your bolt and fpb and its pinging the snot out of it. 
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CZ CLONE CLUB / Amerigun or Tooltech Tritium Install?
« Last post by buddy10mm on Today at 10:11:44 AM »
Has anyone had Amerigun or Tooltech do a tritium night-sight install on their pistols?  I'm looking at doing this for a Witness P and maybe a steel Witness as well.
Thanks!
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No test target. Just picked it up last week
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