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New CZ 75B Question

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

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  1. actionflies

    actionflies Member

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    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

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

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    This is common behavior in many autos.

    Some folks actually rely on this.
     
  4. JDGray

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    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

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    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

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

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    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

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

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

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

    Just a joke guys.
     
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