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Offline Jreeves

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Re: CZ P10C Striker Rotation and out of battery fix.
« Reply #15 on: February 06, 2019, 11:53:34 AM »
Too all the Beta testers, the parts will be back from coating in a couple days, I tried to test a raw sample and it received scratches, without having a coating, not anywhere that mattered but in 1 cosmetic area.
These prototypes were made to dimension for no coating to be applied, but a minimal coating needs to be there, so I am having a minimal Type II Anodize added, which is very thin but will allow for testing.
I will send these out to those who asked to be signed up for testing as soon as I get them back, Thank You.

I have also received Delrin stock and will machine the same part from Delrin and send those out to you as well, as soon as I get them done.

Offline wyoung

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Re: CZ P10C Striker Rotation and out of battery fix.
« Reply #16 on: February 06, 2019, 03:43:00 PM »
Too all the Beta testers, the parts will be back from coating in a couple days, I tried to test a raw sample and it received scratches, without having a coating, not anywhere that mattered but in 1 cosmetic area.
These prototypes were made to dimension for no coating to be applied, but a minimal coating needs to be there, so I am having a minimal Type II Anodize added, which is very thin but will allow for testing.
I will send these out to those who asked to be signed up for testing as soon as I get them back, Thank You.

I have also received Delrin stock and will machine the same part from Delrin and send those out to you as well, as soon as I get them done.
Are you still accepting beta testers? I'd be interested in the Delrin when it's available.

Offline Jreeves

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Re: CZ P10C Striker Rotation and out of battery fix.
« Reply #17 on: February 08, 2019, 08:57:04 PM »
Too all the Beta testers, the parts will be back from coating in a couple days, I tried to test a raw sample and it received scratches, without having a coating, not anywhere that mattered but in 1 cosmetic area.
These prototypes were made to dimension for no coating to be applied, but a minimal coating needs to be there, so I am having a minimal Type II Anodize added, which is very thin but will allow for testing.
I will send these out to those who asked to be signed up for testing as soon as I get them back, Thank You.

I have also received Delrin stock and will machine the same part from Delrin and send those out to you as well, as soon as I get them done.
Are you still accepting beta testers? I'd be interested in the Delrin when it's available.

PM me your shipping/contact information, I have not made the Delrin parts yet, been super busy, people ordering sights like CRAZY.

Offline Jreeves

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Re: CZ P10C Striker Rotation and out of battery fix.
« Reply #18 on: February 08, 2019, 09:07:14 PM »
To all on the Beta list, parts are in I will try to send them out Early next week, been super busy, I manufacturer all the sights for a sight company, people ordering them like crazy I guess, mostly police and military.

There is a tight spot on the part, where the cylinder inserts into the slide, this will be reduced in production, and also a thicker more durable surface treatment applied if all goes well.

Mine was tight enough that it got stuck first 3 shots, but then was fine after that, so should be fine on reduced production models.

This is considered a metal to metal interface so minor lube should be used, Delrin parts will not need lube.

And my drop safety worked every time, and I cannot get it to fail manually like the plastic part, that fails even in the newest model P10.

Thank Guys, CHEERS!

Offline FlyingDutchman

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Re: CZ P10C Striker Rotation and out of battery fix.
« Reply #19 on: February 10, 2019, 04:27:50 PM »
Hello.
New member here. I watched your video with great interest. I am not an engineer but your video and the accompanying explanation make  a lot of sense and much clearer than some others on youtube. I have held off getting the P10 simply because of the this problem and I am hoping that somebody can come up with a fix. Looks like your device may be the solution. I understand that the number of cases reported have been very small, although the actual number may be higher and some do not show up until after several hundred or thousands of rounds. I just have one nagging concern in the back of my mind:
How can one be certain that this device would work, considering the small random number of reported cases. This is because:
1. The number of rounds fired may be too low to trigger the malfunction;
2. The weapons used by the Beta testers may not malfunction at all, so one cannot tell if the normal functioning is a result of the new device or not.
I understand that there may not be an answer to this question, but I just have to voice my own concern.
Regardless, your demonstration is very convincing and I definitely would get one when it is in production because this pistol has a very good trigger and a trigger reach to boost. Thanks for the good work