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Offline BillG56

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P-10F striker spring
« on: July 03, 2021, 10:00:41 PM »
I would like to install a lighter than stock striker spring in my P-10F.  In one of Earl An's YouTube videos, IIRC, he stated that Glock striker springs could be used for this purpose.  Would some knowledgeable member on the forum post a link to the correct striker spring?  It would be much appreciated by this still learning CZ newbie.

Bill

Offline jurek

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #1 on: July 03, 2021, 11:22:08 PM »
Here you have a Reduced Weight Striker Spring:
https://hbindustries.net/store/shop/p10-reduced-weight-striker-spring-set/

but to be honest, I'm not sure if this one really reduces the weight.
I still trust CGW more:
https://cajungunworks.com/product/reduced-trigger-pull-spring/


Offline BillG56

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2021, 02:19:02 AM »
Thanks, jurek.  I'll be ordering the CGW spring asap.

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #3 on: July 04, 2021, 02:57:57 AM »
Glock strikersprings also fit in the P10 F.........

Offline M1A4ME

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #4 on: July 04, 2021, 06:41:31 AM »
glock striker springs fit/work in M&P full sized pistols.  I have Glock striker springs in a couple of mine.

Why?  Because Glock striker springs are supposed to be heavier/stronger than the M&P striker springs (failure to fire issue many years ago).

So, if a Glock striker spring fits/works in an M&P shouldn't an M&P striker spring (weaker even than a Glock) also fit a P10?

Not sure of the benefit of going lighter than a Glock spring, but who knows when someone would want to go lighter, or whether or not it will work/fire in the P10.
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Offline Joe L

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #5 on: July 04, 2021, 01:11:14 PM »
If anyone uses a Glock specific striker spring in their CZ, also use the Glock specific keepers.  I think I bought my Wolff brand Glock specific springs from gunsprings.com.  Can't remember about the keepers.  I have had either the 4 or 4.5 lb Glock specific springs and keepers in my P-10F, C, and S pistols since the pistols were first available.  I use them with the CGW 300 strikers.  I would think using the CGW spring would be an even better choice, but they weren't available initially and a neighbor loaned me his Glock springs to try and I've stuck with them since.  The CZ keepers will come loose if used with the Glock springs on a CGW striker, if I remember correctly.  Another reason to go with all CGW parts that are available now. 

Note, these are my range guns only, not carry guns.  I still carry a P-07 with the decocker installed.  I don't want to carry a P-10S with the trigger parts needed to shoot best at 100-200, and I don't want to try shooting at 100-200 with the optimum carry parts installed.  But that P-07 is big and bulky!   :)

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Offline BillG56

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Re: P-10F striker spring
« Reply #6 on: July 04, 2021, 03:08:17 PM »
I read on different forum that the reduction in trigger pull wt. was nearly the same between the CGW striker spring and the HBi 15% rreduction striker spring.  In that same post, it was stated the CGW spring was smoother in operation.  So, CGW will be my choice.

BTW, @Joe L I have read about the issue with using Glock striker springs and CZ cups.  You are spot on with what you are doing.  Because the CGW spring is now available, I will be purchasing that one.

Thank you everyone for your help.

Bill