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Offline SI VIS PACEM PARRABELLUM

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Re: Sear Cage Frame Alignment
« Reply #15 on: March 30, 2020, 06:15:01 PM »
Lesson to those of us who are a novice CZ owner. If you want to fully upgrade your CZ decocker pistol, and are not familiar with the decocker mechanism, don't do what I did. Just send it to Cajun Gun Works in the beginning. I bought the 97 BD for $675 and figured I could spend $300 to buy CGW parts to upgrade the pistol.

After losing springs, damaging a few pins, having to enlist a local gunsmith to correct an installation error, and on, and on, and on, I have invested $1,592.32. If I would have bought one already decked out from CGW I would have spent about a $100 less and had zero aggravation. Oh well, at least it has given me something to do in the days of my retirement. (LOL)
This is the learning curve you run into. Something I learned years ago rebuilding carburetors especially the foreign stuff was to lay parts out on a large white piece of paper and write under each part what it was and where I removed it from. Saves alot of time and confusion in reassembly.

Offline TNman

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Re: Sear Cage Frame Alignment
« Reply #16 on: April 08, 2020, 04:32:44 AM »
Just a final update. Cajun Gun Works let me mail the sear cage and parts to them to install. I can't say enough about the superb service offered by the folks at CGW. Life is good.

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