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    Default Trigger Job and new sights for my CZ-75

    Greetings,
    I'm thinking about a trigger job and some new sights for my cz. Can anyone recommend a smith in Philly. I don't have wheels so the closer the better.
    Cheers
    Do not shoot to kill...shoot to live.

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    Default Re: Trigger Job and new sights for my CZ-75

    Quote Originally Posted by XwazaX View Post
    Greetings,
    I'm thinking about a trigger job and some new sights for my cz. Can anyone recommend a smith in Philly. I don't have wheels so the closer the better.
    Cheers
    New sights can be pushed on by any smith or yourself if you are curious enough to try. Just take it to a smith though. Get some meprolights or any of the ones you see at czcustom.com if you want something target oriented.

    No smith is going to touch your CZ for a trigger job. Welcome to owning a cz pistol. Either just shoot it more or you can send it to the cz custom website to angus hobdells shop. Matt mink is another name but I have no idea if he is taking new work. There are one or two more who do work but those are the names most people I know have sent their pistols to.

    Also spag is having springfield day with half price memberships. If you don't already shoot there you should. I rarely see other cz pistols in there.

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    Default Re: Trigger Job and new sights for my CZ-75

    thanks man. I try to hit the spag weekly. it's within walking distance.
    As far as the trigger job, after some research a couple spring changes will be as good as it gets. I can live with that.
    thanks again.
    cheers
    Do not shoot to kill...shoot to live.

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