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Offline CAG1

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #105 on: January 12, 2017, 05:55:39 AM »
Thanks again to all the help. Modified the ejector as shown in the drawings and pics. Also checked the extractor. Don't know if it was fouled or just extremely tight. Only
had 50 rounds through it up to now. Used a very small drop of oil and it seemed to help free up the pivoting motion. ANYHOW, went to the range and went through 100
mini-mags without any FTE's or stovepipes. Pistol is working great and a real pleasure to shoot. Thanks to all the contributions that helped me out.

Offline luisrojasf

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #106 on: June 13, 2017, 01:32:56 PM »
I have no problems with the original extractor, but, if I get it, already know the solution.. Thanks..

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #107 on: August 06, 2017, 05:16:03 PM »
Recently added a Kadet and while accurate still had some problems with ejection from time to time. Not quite regularly but enough to put a damper on the fun since you really can't clear it by typical  means. I did the filing to the ejector and the improvement is remarkable!  From like 10-20% down to 1% on the last test using the same ammomas before. 
  Only thing is that now my disco is hanging on the reset unless I deliberately let the trigger all the way back. No kits or improvements added. I'd suspect that the grit and grime from the .22's is at least partially at fault. The Omega is easy enough to detail for cleaning that it's not too big of a deal.
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Offline DenStinett

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #108 on: August 07, 2017, 10:28:43 PM »
Hey SB:
Yeah, these KADETs can be a bit Ammo picky
And the fact that you're dealing with the dirtiest Rounds out there to start with doesn't help
It is interesting how a few swipes with a File, here and there, can make a huge difference in function
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Offline CzWolz

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #109 on: October 29, 2017, 04:52:54 PM »
Did this fix to my kadet 2 on my sp01 tactical. Fixed all of my stove pipes. This guns a blast to shoot now.  ;D

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #110 on: January 22, 2019, 04:53:58 PM »
For those of you who are wondering, this fix really works.  My Kadet threw a stovepipe about 25% of the time with standard velocity ammo and 10% with high velocity.  Did the fix, which took only about 5 minutes, and no stovepipes after about 160 rounds, mixed standard velocity and high velocity.

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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #111 on: January 22, 2019, 09:22:21 PM »
Welcome to the Forum Vertigo
Glad to hear the Ejector Mod worked to you
Not to speak poorly of CZ, but one would think that they would be making this fix, standard machining on the new KADET Ejectors
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Re: Solve your CZ 75 Kadet Stovepipe Problems!!!!
« Reply #112 on: June 17, 2019, 01:54:09 PM »
The Ejector Mod worked also on my Kadet 2 on the CZ SP-01 Shadow 1 frame. Thank you ! Now on 1000 rounds zero stove pipes.

Before from one to five with a box of fifty cartridges. Less with CCI standard and Sellier& Bellot Club. 1-2. More with CCI Blazer, and Geco Semi-auto. 2-4. Most with Federal 510. Before finding this forum i tried different main springs. Shortend the recoilspring winding by winding. Filed the extractor, then put a new one in. Before starting my own research the gun has been send twice to the seller for solving this and another problem. A well known gunsmith in Berlin. Then he refused to solve the stuck cases problem and blamed me for a false use of the handgun. I tried different strengths of holding it, with one and two hand shooting. To check if a limb wrist is causing the issue. A comrade of my club had the same amount of stove pipes testing my kadet with hundreds of rounds. Then he orderd one himself..  :)

 

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