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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: Primary Machine trigger work
« Last post by joedirt199 on Today at 07:44:36 AM »
If they are just going to install Cajun parts then put them in yourself while the slide is out for milling. It is not that hard to do. Cajun does more than just install parts for a trigger job. They also polish and tune. Not sure if Primary does the polishing yet as the trigger job seems like a new service they offer.
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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: Optic Ready P10C Initial Review
« Last post by Arndog123 on Today at 07:34:16 AM »
Nice!  I have a P10F OR on the way and can't wait to shoot it.  I feel the same way about Glocks and own quite a few.  It takes a little more effort on my part to shoot them accurately while it's the opposite with my CZ's and M&P's. 
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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / Re: JagerWerks messed up my P10c
« Last post by DOC 1500 on Today at 07:25:35 AM »
when was the last time you cleaned and oiled it.
 I don't think any of my guns ever looked that dirty even after a  500 round range trip with Wolf ammo.
Clean it ,repolish everything , oil it 
,try it again.
I think that’s my pistol you’re talking about, and that’s it’s clean look!
Sorry I was thinking the pic belonged  to the op. That's clean ?oooooK
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CLUB CZ97 / Re: SAO conversion problems
« Last post by Mists.Fire on Today at 07:04:52 AM »
I appreciate the response, but the trigger bar spring is resting in the cradle of the trigger bar.
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CZ Polymer Pistols, the new wave / CZ Shop has .40 P07 mags cheap
« Last post by Indy_Tim on Today at 06:59:11 AM »
For any of you folks that are still loving the .40 P07, the CZ shop has factory P07 .40 mags for $14.99.  I picked an extra 5 up to help keep my P07s in .40 well fed.

http://shop.cz-usa.com/ProductDetail/11187_Mag-Cz-P07-40-Sandw-12rd
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CZ Gunsmithing / Re: .40 Upper for TS Question
« Last post by midaltantic44 on Today at 06:17:14 AM »
I purchased a TSO .40 upper for my 9mm TSO and found it worked fine.

No fitting was required. The slide is not nearly as tight as the 9mm slide, but accuracy does not seem to suffer. I use it for USPSA limited major.
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when was the last time you cleaned and oiled it.
 I don't think any of my guns ever looked that dirty even after a  500 round range trip with Wolf ammo.
Clean it ,repolish everything , oil it 
,try it again.
I think that’s my pistol you’re talking about, and that’s it’s clean look!
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So,

accushadows are CZ Custom (usa based company) tuned stock shadow 2s. They have their SKU 91763 offered in official cz-usa web site. it is some kind of cooperation between CZUB and CZ Custom Shop.

shadow 2 orange is CZUB (czech republic based company) made (tuned) shadow 2.

CZ-USA or CZUB:
CZ SHADOW 2 ORANGE: $2000 SKU 91249, hand fitted and polished,  competition disco and hammer, czub bushing, additional springs in box, extended saftey, aluminum magazine base
CZ AccuShadow 2 (By CZ Custom Shop): $2200, SKU 91763, cz custom bushing, lighter springs, competition hammer and probably competiton disco

CZ Custom Shop:
CZ SHADOW 2 CUSTOM: $1600, SKU 96217, lighter springs, competition hammer, stock bushing, stock disco.
CZ SHADOW 2 CUSTOM ACCU 2: $2000, SKU 96214, built on request, fully adjustable rear sight, cz custom bushing, lighter springs, competition disco and hammer, extended firing pin

all hammers in these guns are CZUB OEM sport/competition hammers.

all CZ Custom Shop models (SKU 91763 also) are not approved in IPSC, I dont know for USPSA
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