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    trigger work

    I just bought a 75b and would like to have some trigger work done.Who does good work on the CZ?

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    My understanding is that the custom shop at CZ USA does very fine trigger work. www.cz-usa.com
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    ok thanks I'll check them out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Barham View Post
    My understanding is that the custom shop at CZ USA does very fine trigger work. www.cz-usa.com
    I have heard the same thing.

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    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?

    Cheers...

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    ApocalyseWoman,

    May I suggest you visit www.czforumsite.info as they have a tech section where this topic has been discussed.

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    I understand Angus Hobel (check spelling) and Matt Mink do excellent work on CZ's. Check them out on CZ forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tekarra View Post
    ApocalyseWoman,

    May I suggest you visit www.czforumsite.info as they have a tech section where this topic has been discussed.
    Thanks. Though I think for now, I'll stick with replacing the magazine springs (more tension). Further on down the line I'll get the trigger job.

    Out of curiosity, how much does CZ charge for doing it?

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    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 $ )

    Tim

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    Another widely known "pistolsmithy" to consider is mr. Teddy jacobson in sugarland, texas. Check out his website @ actions by t.

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    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


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    Quote Originally Posted by GURU1911 View Post
    Another widely known "pistolsmithy" to consider is mr. Teddy jacobson in sugarland, texas. Check out his website @ actions by t.
    I had a couple of complete action jobs done on pistols by Teddy. I have been very pleased with them.

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    P97

    What does Teddy charge for a complete trigger job?


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    He has it on his website: (http://actionsbyt.com/)

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