Author Topic: P-01 CGW vs MCarbo  (Read 1354 times)

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Offline sevt_chevelle

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Re: P-01 CGW vs MCarbo
« Reply #15 on: May 14, 2021, 07:52:53 PM »
I'd like to reduce the pull weight on my P-01's DA trigger.  I'm looking at the CGW ultralite kit and the MCarbo trigger spring kit.  If I get the MCarbo kit, I'd add the floating trigger pin so they both end up being priced similarly.  Which one is better and why?

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The way I see it . . . CGW has been a long time innovator. They specialize in improving CZ pistols, and support this forum.
MCarbo offers a low cost alternative to products developed by other companies. Essentially, they pick low hanging fruit and offer nothing innovative or new for the CZ platform.
Your choice.

Yep..

The way I see it, without David and the guys at CGW, CZ wouldn't have the following they have. 

Offline Earl Keese

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Re: P-01 CGW vs MCarbo
« Reply #16 on: May 14, 2021, 08:37:59 PM »
I'd like to reduce the pull weight on my P-01's DA trigger.  I'm looking at the CGW ultralite kit and the MCarbo trigger spring kit.  If I get the MCarbo kit, I'd add the floating trigger pin so they both end up being priced similarly.  Which one is better and why?

Used for home defense.
The way I see it . . . CGW has been a long time innovator. They specialize in improving CZ pistols, and support this forum.
MCarbo offers a low cost alternative to products developed by other companies. Essentially, they pick low hanging fruit and offer nothing innovative or new for the CZ platform.
Your choice.

Yep..

The way I see it, without David and the guys at CGW, CZ wouldn't have the following they have.
Truth.

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