Here's one of the best in this country. Good luck it's not cheap.
I just bought a 75b and would like to have some trigger work done.Who does good work on the CZ?
ok thanks I'll check them out
I took my gun to the gunsmith last month for a trigger job, as I'd also purchased an 18lb Wolff recoil spring, and a Wolff extra power extractor spring.
However, I was just recently told that those springs won't work right. Apparently the Wolff springs that are for the CZ-75 (and most other versions of the 75) don't work for the SP-01. So I guess I got the wrong springs? Even though a Wolff rep said that they would still be okay as the SP-01 is in the 75 family.
I can't remember which thread it was on here, but others were getting trigger jobs and put in new recoil springs. What brand would work for this?
I understand Angus Hobel (check spelling) and Matt Mink do excellent work on CZ's. Check them out on CZ forum.
I had my TZ-75 trigger done by a gunsmith named John Clobis. I believe he resides now in Minnisota
or one of the dakotas. He did a great job. cz and tz were kind of his specialty. I understand he is doing
lots of hunting type bolt actions now. Give him a try he did a great job for me. He's a disabled vet
(marine) so there's another reason to send him some work !
( I think the total bill was about 100 $ )
Another widely known "pistolsmithy" to consider is mr. Teddy jacobson in sugarland, texas. Check out his website @ actions by t.
I have not used him yet, I but plan to after the holidays (I want to shoot the gun while I'm off work).
Bill Springfield - Colorado Springs , CO
Very good reputation.
Bill Springfield - www.TriggerWork.net
What does Teddy charge for a complete trigger job?