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Breaking in a new CZ 75B / Beretta 92FS - Tips?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by triplebike, May 22, 2010.

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  1. triplebike

    triplebike Member

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    Hi all, I'll be getting a new of each above next week, any tips or suggestions on break in. What brand, type/weight of ammo, that type of thing. I would think that clean it, oil it & let it rip, yes? Replies appreciated.
     
  2. Lvl21nerd

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    good topic; i am interested in this too (for 75b)
     
  3. briang2ad

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    CZ: Generally they don't need it. IF you have some issues with failures to extract or eject, it is likely a weak extractor spring. A 5 minute job to replace. Clean it, lube it, and shoot it. That's all.

    I do polish my feed ramps, and breech faces, and sometimes work on the DA trigger if my return spring breaks, but that's just me.

    Beretta should need nothing special - just shooting.
     
  4. Sam1911

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    Are you getting the standard 75B or the new "Omega" version with the upswept beaver tail?

    If the Omega, there are some things you could consider a good idea for initial set-up.
     
  5. ozmosis

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    I own both, CZ 75's and Beretta 92fs/M9a1 just a quick clean then off to the range. Tetra grease for the slides and a little CLP for everything else. Bore snake the barrel every 500 rounds and rub down the ramp with a CLP saturated cloth if it needs it.
     
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