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New CZ 75B Question

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by actionflies, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. actionflies

    actionflies Well-Known Member

    I just bought a new 9mm CZ 75B stainless and when the slide is locked back and you slam a loaded mag, it will disengage the slide stop and load a round. I know it doesn't do it in my XD9 or Beretta PX4. Anyone have this problem with their CZ's?
  2. Treo

    Treo member

    The problem might be you "slamming" the magazine home.
    Like the song says Treat her like a lady.
  3. nalioth

    nalioth Well-Known Member

    This is common behavior in many autos.

    Some folks actually rely on this.
  4. JDGray

    JDGray Well-Known Member

    My CZ75 did it once when it was new, but never again:(

    I always tap the back of my loaded mags, against my palm, to seat all the cartridges.
  5. Clean97GTI

    Clean97GTI Well-Known Member

    Mine does this on occasion as well. I don't think its the magazine so much as the force that trips the slide release.

    I've found that a smooth, quick insertion seats the magazine just as solidly without tripping the slide release.
    Be gentle grasshoppah, you need not always use "the force"
  6. wingman

    wingman Well-Known Member

    I've seen some law enforcement train who teach a very hard slap on mag to insert and I understand their thinking on it however it will in my opinion shorten life of some parts just a given in my opinion and I've never felt the need to do it on my personal firearms.
  7. floydster

    floydster Well-Known Member

    No slamming, treat her gently, she is a fine piece!
  8. burningsquirrels

    burningsquirrels Well-Known Member

    slam-banging a mag in can do that in any auto. basically you're jarring the slide release on the slide and it disengages from the jarring motion.
  9. Deer Hunter

    Deer Hunter Well-Known Member

    Never happened for me. Even during IPSC.
  10. actionflies

    actionflies Well-Known Member

    Thanks guy. I will be gentle to this fine pistol.:)
  11. Master of Arms

    Master of Arms Well-Known Member

    Never had the problem.........with my Glock.:neener::neener:

    Just a joke guys.

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