Author Topic: SAR 2000 slide swap?  (Read 1699 times)

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Renma91

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Re: Sar 2000 slide swap?
« Reply #15 on: November 03, 2022, 03:29:35 AM »
Never mind, after looking at the length of the part below the rails on the K12 slide it looks like it's a bit too long to fit. There's replacement B6 slides which are the same slide as the current 2000, but it doesn't solve my problem. Looks like I've got ripped off again with another lemon, story of my life.

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Re: SAR 2000 slide swap?
« Reply #16 on: November 27, 2022, 06:55:44 AM »
Jwc007 curious  about the magazines that came with  your MAPP1.
Were they Italian  made or Phillipines made?
The reason I ask is I was about to purchase some ARMSCOR/RIA magazines that are a fair  price, but I do not want to purchase these if they are the same as the ones giving you problems.
I know that there are several vendors  making  CZ style magazines in Italy:ACT,MecGar, Sabatti and MDS and possibly ARMSCOR/RIA.

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Re: SAR 2000 slide swap?
« Reply #17 on: November 27, 2022, 04:22:36 PM »
Jwc007 curious  about the magazines that came with  your MAPP1.
Were they Italian  made or Phillipines made?
The reason I ask is I was about to purchase some ARMSCOR/RIA magazines that are a fair  price, but I do not want to purchase these if they are the same as the ones giving you problems.
I know that there are several vendors  making  CZ style magazines in Italy:ACT,MecGar, Sabatti and MDS and possibly ARMSCOR/RIA.

Correction, I have two steel framed MAP1's, not the polymer framed MAPP1's.
Regardless, both Magazines, two came with each Pistol, did not work very well at all.
These Magazines did not come with "country of origin" or branding on them.
I did try to rehab them by putting new Wolff springs an Tanfoglio Magazine Followers in them, but that did not work at all!
I strongly suspect that these Magazines were made by Sabatti from the build quality, but can't prove that.

In my direct experience, Mec-Gar Cz75B 17 and 19 round Magazines work the best and have the best build quality.
I did test the ACT-Mag Cz75 17 round Magazines and they work in most Cz's an Cz Clones, with the exception of my SAR K2P/CM9 G1.
For some reason, the ACT-MAG Cz75 Magazines won't seat into the SAR K2P/CM9 G1, but they fit and function fine in the SAR B6/B6P.
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