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CZ CLONE CLUB / Re: SAR B6P front site removal question
« Last post by himurax13 on Today at 01:53:39 PM »
The smallest or the second smallest roll pin punch in a set would most likely work.

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General Discussion / Re: New CZ plant in Little Rock
« Last post by Ron M. on Today at 01:52:01 PM »
I wonder what product line CZ is planning on building in this new plant.

Hopefully they can find room for the Bren 2.  If they can start producing this model stateside, then they can avoid all the hoopla with making the imported Bren 2 922c compliant in the US.


I couldn't agree more.
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CZ CLONE CLUB / SAR B6P front site removal question
« Last post by PARRR on Today at 01:12:40 PM »
If you replaced your front site, where did you find a punch small enough to push out the pin and not damage the slide? 
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Took Possession Of This Today!
« Last post by DOC 1500 on Today at 01:06:36 PM »
Warbird, pics are not necessary now,
 I can  compare them now myself.
 after handling this pistol , now I understand when guys talk about handling an all steel pistol.love it.
I should be shooting it today.
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Cajun Gun Works / Re: CZ P01 gun mods question
« Last post by Sulpgnir on Today at 12:39:09 PM »
Good morning:

I'm planning on sending my gun off to Cajun for the pro package.  One lingering question I have is I like the ring hammer, especially the stainless.  What is the advantage of using the race hammer and does it make that much difference which one you choose given the work they do on the gun with the pro package?

Race hammer:  Easier to cock (and decock on safety models), more surface area for the thumb to work with
Ring hammer:  Easier to carry, may have clearance issue with some rear sights

I think it is a personal choice.  Others may provide some insights based on experiences.  Functionally, both will work equally well.
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SOLD!

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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: New p07 questions
« Last post by Bigkev on Today at 12:34:12 PM »



Human size targets can be useful for SD training, but in the case of seeing where the POI relative to the POA they are ineffective. The way the human eye works, you need a small black circle. The smaller the better. The eye needs a single point of focus.

Highly suggest you need to print some black 2" circles on your home computer before your next shooting trip. Only then will you know if the sights need to be moved.

Hope this helps.  ;)

Not really trying to change anything. Just having some fun at the range with my kids.


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Mag bases , safties , mag catch , CZC spring calibration kit nib. $ 35 shipped for all .

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