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VZ-58 semi auto rifle / Re: New vz58
« Last post by sboone on Today at 04:56:11 PM »
By 12:30-1 you mean pretty much straight up right? VZ-58 will generally eject cases vertically so where ever they land in relation to you will be slightly more erratic than traditionally ejecting firearms that throw brass horizontally
SOLD on another forum, thanks for the interest everyone

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CZ Gunsmithing / Re: CZ75B trigger reset/return problem?
« Last post by tdogg on Today at 04:52:11 PM »
In this thread Schmeky (aka David from CGW) addresses the amount recommended preload for the trigger bar spring.  He recommends 3-4 mm of upward preload.

I've also read the some folks only like to put preload on the right side and the left just needs enough to ride in the trigger bar groove.  I run the recommended preload on both sides.

CZ Gunsmithing / Re: Making steel guide rod work with flatwire spring
« Last post by tdogg on Today at 04:41:44 PM »

Why do you want to make this steel guide rod fit a spring?  If you really want to run a flat wound spring, I would purchase a guide rod that will fit a flat wire spring (or just use a polymer rod).

Wolff springs are good springs and there is no need to rework the guide rod.


Ammo and Handloading / Re: Brownells Today Only 8-21-2018
« Last post by oldfrank on Today at 04:30:34 PM »
Not on the two 4# bottles I bought. Within a few dollars per bottle and no hazmat or shipping was a pretty good savings.

PV is a good place to buy from usually!
CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Aimpoint PRO
« Last post by hyrysc on Today at 04:27:16 PM »
if you haven't gotten the optic yet, you should really look into the Trijicon MRO. 

I have both and think the MRO is a superior optic.  That is what I have on my Scorpion and it is perfect IMHO!
CZ Gunsmithing / Making steel guide rod work with flatwire spring
« Last post by Tim_B on Today at 03:56:25 PM »
I understand that this steel recoil spring guide will not work with the flatwire spring in an SP-01

Is it because the diameter of the rod is too large for the holes in the spring coils?  If so then I should be able to attach the rod to any machine that can spin it at a high rpm and run a rough grit sandpaper up and down the length of it while it spins until I have removed enough material so as to make the outer diameter small enough to accept the factory spring.  In theory anyway.  What say ye?  Will this plan work?

General Discussion / Nice to see someone just heard of CZ
« Last post by armoredman on Today at 03:44:26 PM »
This little write up from All Outdoor seems like they just heard of CZ. :) It's not bad and they link to several other CZ stories on their web page. Anyone else heard the Czech Republic was renamed Czechia?
Welcome, and very nice - that is one HUGE scope on there, too.
I have never used quick disconnect slings, know nothing about them.
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