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Offline Black Wolf

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Stainless trigger P01?
« on: August 15, 2018, 05:28:06 PM »
I would really like to find a trigger, for my P01 that is the same as mine in every way except stainless.  I don't need an over travel screw, don't need a short stroke that requires modifications to my gun.  I am happy with the stock trigger, this is purely cosmetic (to match the bbl and the hammer I plan on getting).

The folks doing the hard chrome on my bbl do not do small parts.  In a way that is a good thing because God only knows what all I would've sent them.

I've toyed with the idea of pulling it out, stripping and polishing it but would like to avoid that if possible.

Stainless P01 trigger? No?

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #1 on: August 15, 2018, 08:35:08 PM »
Thick trigger is the closest thing. It's stainless I think, and a fairly shiny finish on it. No overtravel screw, looks pretty OEM on the guns, to me.

Here's mine:

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S&W 586 No Dash
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Remington 870 Wingmaster
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #2 on: August 15, 2018, 11:21:17 PM »
This is what you are looking for.....

http://shop.cz-usa.com/ProductDetail/0420011135_Trigger-Stainless-75

Only one I am aware of...... ??? .....everything else is a coated steel.
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #3 on: August 16, 2018, 10:32:40 AM »
KATSU -

"thick" meaning thicker or wider?  Wider always makes me a little nervous about the sides dragging on the holster.

THE GUARDIAN -

YES!  THAT!  Will the full size CZ75 trigger fit the P-01?  If so, I believe the search just ended.

Thank you both for input.  It is definitely appreciated!

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #4 on: August 16, 2018, 11:31:04 AM »
THE GUARDIAN -

YES!  THAT!  Will the full size CZ75 trigger fit the P-01?  If so, I believe the search just ended.

Thank you both for input.  It is definitely appreciated!

All the CZ 75 platform triggers are the interchangable....PERIOD. EXCLAMATION POINT!  ;D (thanks cntrydawwwg  ;) )
« Last Edit: August 16, 2018, 07:25:19 PM by The Guardian »
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #5 on: August 16, 2018, 02:13:29 PM »
Never heard of a difference in triggers between safety or decocker
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #6 on: August 16, 2018, 03:37:50 PM »
get the cgw older style75585 trigger ! it is not the same curve but you will not tell the difference once you start using it. does have two reset screws . one for the overtravel which you can or cannot use , your option ! the other for the short reset system that you don't even have to install. later if you go to the short reset system you can add the screw and adjust it. i too did not like the stock trigger in my p-01 and did get trigger sting from shooting. went to the 85 c old style and really like!

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #7 on: August 16, 2018, 04:18:49 PM »
Never heard of a difference in triggers between safety or decocker

Your right  ::) .......I was thinking hammer after thinking trigger.... ;D ;D ;D ......my overthinking things gets the best of me at times.....sometimes I even put it out there on display for the world to see  :o  So in an attempt at full disclosure I’m going to update my prior post like nothing happened  ;)
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #8 on: August 16, 2018, 07:11:25 PM »
KATSU -

"thick" meaning thicker or wider?  Wider always makes me a little nervous about the sides dragging on the holster.

THE GUARDIAN -

YES!  THAT!  Will the full size CZ75 trigger fit the P-01?  If so, I believe the search just ended.

Thank you both for input.  It is definitely appreciated!

BLACK WOLF!!

The "Thick Trigger" is more like... deep? It's thick front front to back, not so much side to side or it wouldn't fit in the gun. To my finger, it feels the same as the "Old Style" trigger, but without the overtravel screw holes. If you're interested in the aesthetics of a single solid trigger, the "Thick Trigger" is the one to get. If you want overtravel adjustment (And reset if you also get the SRS setup) then get the "Old Style"

Thick Trigger:


Old Style:



If you decide to buy, here are links:

Thick Trigger
Thick Trigger from CGW
Thick Trigger(?) from CZ-USA via The Guardian Not sure if it's the same as CGW's, but they both are the "no overtravel" options

Old Style Trigger (With overtravel):
Old Style "Combat" Trigger from CZC
Old Style "Combat" Trigger from CGW
« Last Edit: August 16, 2018, 07:17:40 PM by katsu »
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #9 on: August 16, 2018, 11:23:50 PM »
Never heard of a difference in triggers between safety or decocker

Your right  ::) .......I was thinking hammer after thinking trigger.... ;D ;D ;D ......my overthinking things gets the best of me at times.....sometimes I even put it out there on display for the world to see  :o  So in an attempt at full disclosure I’m going to update my prior post like nothing happened  ;)
Lol. Done it more than once myself, and pretty sure I will again.
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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #10 on: August 24, 2018, 01:53:47 PM »
Thick trigger is the closest thing. It's stainless I think, and a fairly shiny finish on it. No overtravel screw, looks pretty OEM on the guns, to me.

Here's mine:



Looks great!

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #11 on: September 03, 2018, 08:30:45 AM »
Thick trigger is the closest thing. It's stainless I think, and a fairly shiny finish on it. No overtravel screw, looks pretty OEM on the guns, to me.

Here's mine:



Katsu, that looks awesome!  8) How hard was it to install the trigger? I would love to do that to mine but I have no intention of removing the sear cage on mine to put it in, if that is what is required. I know my limits!!  ;D ;)

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #12 on: September 03, 2018, 07:37:35 PM »
Katsu, that looks awesome!  8) How hard was it to install the trigger? I would love to do that to mine but I have no intention of removing the sear cage on mine to put it in, if that is what is required. I know my limits!!  ;D ;)

Thanks. Swapping out the trigger is one of the easier things to do,

While I recommend learning to put the sear cage together in the long run, for whenever you get to upgrading or replacing dead springs, it's possible to do the whole thing without removing the trigger bar. If you buy the trigger, I'd recommend also pick up a floating trigger pin to make future work easier. Some people get the reduced power trigger spring as well, roll a bunch of purchases up to make the most of the shipping cost.



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CZ 75 P-01
S&W 586 No Dash
S&W/Aero AR-15
Remington 870 Wingmaster
M1 Garand

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #13 on: September 03, 2018, 07:53:31 PM »
Thick trigger is the closest thing. It's stainless I think, and a fairly shiny finish on it. No overtravel screw, looks pretty OEM on the guns, to me.

Here's mine:



Katsu, that looks awesome!  8) How hard was it to install the trigger? I would love to do that to mine but I have no intention of removing the sear cage on mine to put it in, if that is what is required. I know my limits!!  ;D ;)

Removing the sear cage is not that bad, especially if you have a slave pin.

I've seen people use a q-tip stem cut down and have done it myself but next time I will use the proper pin.

https://cajungunworks.com/product/s-pin/

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Re: Stainless trigger P01?
« Reply #14 on: September 04, 2018, 07:43:19 PM »
Katsu, that looks awesome!  8) How hard was it to install the trigger? I would love to do that to mine but I have no intention of removing the sear cage on mine to put it in, if that is what is required. I know my limits!!  ;D ;)

Thanks. Swapping out the trigger is one of the easier things to do,

While I recommend learning to put the sear cage together in the long run, for whenever you get to upgrading or replacing dead springs, it's possible to do the whole thing without removing the trigger bar. If you buy the trigger, I'd recommend also pick up a floating trigger pin to make future work easier. Some people get the reduced power trigger spring as well, roll a bunch of purchases up to make the most of the shipping cost.



Thanks for the picture and information Katsu! I never realized that trigger bar would go up so far like that. I am assuming it would be the same for my SP-01 Tactical since it is also a decocker. I will get a couple of the 85C triggers on order to make the most of the $8.00 shipping and will also get a couple of the floating trigger pins too! I appreciate your reply!  :)

 

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