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Offline daniel17319

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respringing cz82
« on: May 03, 2018, 10:26:09 AM »
I was wondering what the recommendations are for this both factory and personal. as well as what all springs need to be replaced. General maintnece questions

Offline il.bill

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Re: respringing cz82
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2018, 08:54:02 AM »
I went to CZ-USA and bought one or two each of all the Factory Springs and Pins they had available at the time, as well as a 'Kit' I put together of each of the Magazine Release Parts they had in stock.  I still have some unused pieces on hand, but I never regretted 'stocking up' on those parts and spreading the S/H cost across a number of items.

A new RECOIL SPRING can help tame some of the 'snappiness' of the recoil, as well as keeping the spent cases from flying more than one county over to the right.  A SEAR SPRING and a SLIDE RELEASE SPRING will be nice to have on hand for your next detail strip, just in case.

Offline Esquilax

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Re: respringing cz82
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2018, 04:48:26 AM »
Wolff has a kit with 14.5 (original weight), 16, and 18 lb recoil springs. Had issues with the slide locking back, the 16 fixed that up.

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Offline Al W.

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Re: respringing cz82
« Reply #3 on: June 18, 2018, 09:41:10 PM »
I installed a wolff spring on my 83 and the ends of the spring scored the heck out of my barrel .
I had only shot a few rounds when I notices some grinding in the slide, broke it down and had some serious scratches on my barrel.
What I noticed was that the stock factory spring was milled flat and the spring ends were filed . The wolff spring was not .
So if I were you I would opt for a factory spring unless you are comfortable lapping the spring ends on the wolff product.