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General Firearms Discussion / Re: I've decided I must get one of these
« Last post by jwc007 on Today at 08:36:20 PM »
Had something very similar to it back in the early 1980's, and it was a great Rifle.  One of my more regrettable trade-offs.

Not mine, but exactly the same, minus a 1-4x Bushnell Scope

If you wind up getting one, inspect it very carefully BEFORE taking full delivery.
Current Marlin Production can be hit or miss, quality-wise.

You may find this article, entertaining and informative:
On that note does anyone offer frangible 10mm ammo?

Probably everything you need to know, here:

As to the original question, the current production Tanfoglio Pistols are of very high quality and reliability.
That said, with ANY make of handgun, put at least 500 rounds through it, before trusting it for serious social concerns.

Also, if you plan on running some really hot 10mm through any handgun, you just might wish to get a Sprinco or DPM Recoil Reducer for it.
Back a couple of Decades, I ran a Sprinco unit for 10mm in my .45 Witness, when I was playing with the .45 Super.
Nowadays, the plain .45 ACP is enough gun for me, and most of the time I carry a 9mm.
CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Scorpion EVO, I need a Brace
« Last post by wagon on Today at 08:19:02 PM »
Don’t have brace, but I have a “tube + blade” that I will let go.    You will still need an adaptor to accept the tube... 

PM me in case you are interested.

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CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Optics
« Last post by Chuckinator on Today at 08:10:47 PM »
Holosun 503 gu, circle dot reticle with option for 2moa dot only. Bought 3 in the last couple of weeks for 150 per shipped from botch. Low mount is perfect cowitness on scorp.
Earlier (a few responses above) I wrote:

I've used Apex, API, and now HBI triggers in various guns, and installed Ghost kits in Glocks and Rugers, and they've always been an improvement, and it has always seemed like money well spent.  (I'm now trying to decide whether I'm gong to get an Apex trigger system for one of my FNS-40s. )

I've been playing with other toys recently -- including an newly acquired and upgraded  Keltec Sub2000 Gen 2 with a bunch of M*Carbo parts -- and haven't shot my upgraded P10c (with an HBI trigger kit) that much.  A day or two ago I took the P10c to the range again.

Before I installed the kit it was almost painful to shoot; afterwards it seemed fine.  Now that I've had time to shoot it some more, I've noticed that it still has some trigger bite, and while it's very minor, it is still noticeable. After a couple of magazines, I want to take a break.

Has anyone really explained what causes this strange behavior in both hammer-fired and striker-fired guns?   I haven't even seen a good guess...
CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Speed loaders for your evo?
« Last post by Chuckinator on Today at 08:01:19 PM »
ETS Universal Rifle SpeedLoader. Works as advertised. Tried with factory 20/30 rnd mags and Manticore steel lip mags. Also works great with AR15,Ak47 and Ak74 mags.
New Members / New CZ owner from Quebec.
« Last post by Walterkilo on Today at 08:00:37 PM »
Hi !

I have just bought on-line a new CZ 512 in 22 wmr... 
I love 22 wmr and I wanted one in semi-auto...
Now begins the my waiting for it to arrive !
I will use that time to learn as much as I can on CZ !

CZ82 & CZ83 CLUB / Re: Picked up a CZ-82
« Last post by Rock-it3 on Today at 07:57:56 PM »
I received the latch and spring from CZ-USA today. I dry fitted the latch into the safety lever, minus the spring, and it required zero fitting. A bit of lube, some care in handling the tiny spring, and within 5 minutes the pistol was reassembled. Now the safety snaps sharply and firmly on and off, with no movement whatsoever in either position. I am much relieved, and now am comfortable taking it to the range. I just need to make some time. Thanks again for the tip on finding the parts, eastman.
CZ Scorpion EVO / Re: Psa ak-v 35 rounders in stock
« Last post by John A. on Today at 07:57:24 PM »
Don't drop free.  That's kind of a bummer.
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