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VYTAL mfg. Beskar grips black with gold, CZ full size, $125

Shadow 2 upper complete, 9mm , $620

CZ 75 compact upper, complete, 9mm $350

PM for info. Will email photos

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CZ Center fire Rifles / Re: Modified Sling Studs
« Last post by Tok36 on Today at 06:53:19 PM »
Those came out nice, thank you for the post.
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I have the following once fired mixed head stamp brass for sale.
All brass is available as unprepped, or prepped, which is de-primed,
wet tumbled and ready to load. (Will ship for actual cost)

.223/556 (unprepped only)_________ $40/K

.380 (unprepped only)______$25/K

9mm (unprepped)_________$25/K
9mm (de-primed and wet tumbled)_________$45/K

.40 (unprepped)___________$25/K
.40 (de-primed and wet tumbled)________$45/K

45acp (unprepped)_________$35/K
45acp (de-primed and wet tumbled)_______$55/K
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CZ 2075 RAMI CLUB / Re: New to RAMI
« Last post by Srober40 on Today at 05:46:28 PM »
I ordered the old style trigger and plan on installing it when it arrives.
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: mcarbo trigger spring kit
« Last post by BStill on Today at 05:22:22 PM »
I adjusted trigger bar spring and now the trigger resets nicely. Shot 300 rounds and noticed the single action was so light that I was setting some double shots by barely touching the trigger. Wondering if this is because of the reduced sear spring in the kit..should I tear apart and put the factory sear spring back? I put a cajun gunworks spring kit in my 75 it did not come with a sear spring and there is a slight wall in single action before the break. With the mcarbo kit no wall just a smooth hammer release
This is why CGW, doesn't sell a reduced power sear spring.
now I don't feel so bad for chickening out on the sear spring when I installed my MCARBO kit in my decocker P-01.  I'm no trigger connoisseur, but the SA is just fine without it. 

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CZ Center fire Rifles / Re: Modified Sling Studs
« Last post by Rsmith0399 on Today at 05:07:15 PM »
Thanks!
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I must have loaded a bunch of these in the past. Never heard of S&B using plated steel. I have noticed on a number of occasions that some S & B cases were harder to size but never thought of checking them with a magnet. 
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Compact CZ 75s / Re: mcarbo trigger spring kit
« Last post by Rmach on Today at 05:00:14 PM »
Took you long enough, Rmach. Gotta keep those royalty checks coming.
What do you mean?

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^+plus aluminum grips.


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Compact CZ 75s / Re: mcarbo trigger spring kit
« Last post by Rmach on Today at 04:58:50 PM »
I adjusted trigger bar spring and now the trigger resets nicely. Shot 300 rounds and noticed the single action was so light that I was setting some double shots by barely touching the trigger. Wondering if this is because of the reduced sear spring in the kit..should I tear apart and put the factory sear spring back? I put a cajun gunworks spring kit in my 75 it did not come with a sear spring and there is a slight wall in single action before the break. With the mcarbo kit no wall just a smooth hammer release

I did four Mcarbo kit installs on my 75s, and I installed the Mcarbo sear spring in three of them.  I wanted to see if there was that much difference with the factory sear spring in the fourth install, so I didn't put it in.  There's a slight heavier pull, but not enough for me to tear it apart and install the Mcarbo sear spring, so I left it out.  I wonder how light your trigger pull is? All four of mine are ~2.7-3.0 lbs in SA, and I never had any double shots with thousands of rounds fired.  I wouldn't want/like any chance for a double fire, so in your case, you should try the factory sear spring IMO.
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