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      No, I didn't have time. LOL! Which is fine, I have to master this anyway, but that's what I'll be doing tomorrow night since I want to shoot it on Sunday, hopefully. Thanks for your help!

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      Just in case anyone was wondering...

      She's a sweetheart on the range! I couldn't get the gun to NOT be accurate, she handles really well, etc. I need to do some inspections on the weapon because every so often I could feel the slide. I think it's catching on something. But I'd be shooting just fine then suddenly I'd feel the slide hit back really hard. Only during rapid fire, though.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SuckLead View Post
      Just in case anyone was wondering...

      She's a sweetheart on the range! I couldn't get the gun to NOT be accurate, she handles really well, etc. I need to do some inspections on the weapon because every so often I could feel the slide. I think it's catching on something. But I'd be shooting just fine then suddenly I'd feel the slide hit back really hard. Only during rapid fire, though.
      That sounds weird about the recoil problem. Interesting. Maybe your gun just doesn't like to be used for rapid fire? Sounds like a pistol that only wants to be fired one good well placed shot at a time. Nothing bad about that

      Good to hear that it shoots well (I wouldn't expect anything different from a CZ or clone thereof) You have a magnificent looking piece of machinery in your hands.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Buffal0 View Post
      That sounds weird about the recoil problem. Interesting. Maybe your gun just doesn't like to be used for rapid fire? Sounds like a pistol that only wants to be fired one good well placed shot at a time. Nothing bad about that

      Good to hear that it shoots well (I wouldn't expect anything different from a CZ or clone thereof) You have a magnificent looking piece of machinery in your hands.
      That shouldn't be the case, it's a match gun designed for IPSC. I'm gonna keep an eye on it, I want to use it for IDPA eventually. If it seems to be an issue I'll take it to a gunsmith. I'd like another shooter's opinion on it, though. I've got an issue with my wrist caused by a 500 mag, so it could just be me.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SuckLead View Post
      I'd like another shooter's opinion on it, though.
      Send it to me with some ammo and I'll try it out for you.

      Very nice looking pistol you have there.

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      I have two of these one 9mm and one 40 cal , almost all parts including mags can be ordered from eaa , have found it to be one of the most accurate pistols I have , it outshoots my colt national match , I think you will find that if you change the recoil spring to a slightly heavier spring and consitantly shoot the same weight round you will be ok as far as the hitch you have with the slide in recoil , it was designed to be a race pistol and therefore has to be tuned to your load , you can change the recoil spring and or the hammer spring and accomplish just the right combination , just be consistant in your load and you will find its an excellent pistol , I wish springfield still made them .
      they were made by tanfoglio and assembled by sprinfield , eaa tells me their slides will fir as well as their barrels , I know that their sight's and mags fit as I have done both . good luck

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