Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by rjk2475, Feb 1, 2008.
You can also send the gun to Mike Mink (czshooters.com) or Angus (czcustom.com) and they can do a trigger job that will include replacing the main spring and polishing the various fire control components. Also often they will replace the hammer with the competition hammer.
NEVER lock open the action with no magazine, manually insert a round into the chamber, and release the slide so that it slams down on the cartridge to chamber a round. This will likely break an extractor.
Anything except Federal Primers will have a 1-2% failure rate with the 13lb main spring. But Federal primers are fairly rare out side of ammo made by companies owned by Federal. Winchester primers seem much more common.
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