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Need some advise from CZ experts

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by tango3065, Nov 11, 2006.

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  1. tango3065

    tango3065 Member

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    I need some expert advise on a couple of qustions before I mod my CZ40P.

    Can a stainless steel guide rod be used in a 40p with a alloy frame? (I have heard both ways and need to know for sure if it will or will not)

    Can I polish and make it shiney my barrel. (again I have heard some say yes and some say no)

    Thanks in advace
     
  2. FireBreather01

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    Yes, you can use a stainless guide rod without any problems - I had one in mine before I sold it and it worked just fine. As for the barrel - polishing will not cause any problems, unless you go crazy on the ramp!:)
     
  3. JDGray

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    The polished barrel wont last, its gonna take endless upkeep:cuss:
     
  4. tango3065

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    Ok anyone know of a long plastic guide rod for this gun? I hate the short rod.
     
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    Just curious as to why. Is it just a personal preference? All the guide rod does is prevent the spring from binding and keep the spring force against the slide.
     
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    The pistol will work perfectly with the original guide rod. If you want a stainless one, there are some manufacturers out there who can help, but the plastic one should be fine.
     
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