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CZ82 replacement springs

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by leadcounsel, Feb 26, 2011.

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  1. leadcounsel

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    Any need or benefit to replace the standard CZ82 springs and, if so, which ones?

    I don't have them available at the moment, but am ordering springs for another gun and to be efficient would consider ordering the CZ82 springs at the same time...

    Thanks.
     
  2. Shadow 7D

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    Recoil, and only recoil, messing with it more than that, is asking for trouble,
    I know, I have had it down to the frame
    On the bright side, CZ-USA offers an assembly service for your bag gun
    it's only $70
     
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    Just the recoil spring. I couldn't see a point in mucking with the others, as the cz-82 already has a light, smooth triggers. You mess with the hammer springs and such in a p64 and pa-63 to fix the awful DA trigger -- the cz-82 does not suffer from that issue, so most just leave it alone.
     
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    What weight recoil spring is stock, and what is recommended for replacement?
     
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    what's the ideal weight?
     
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    Either 16 or 18 lbs works great in my 82's.
     
  8. Fastcast

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    Put a 16lb Wolff in mine. Works great.....
     
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