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Posted: 2/3/2007 12:30:00 PM EST
Dealer has a NIB SP-01 that I have looked at twice. Love the grip, points great etc. etc. Several CZ guns already in the family, have a 452 that I dearly love. Long story short the single action pull on this gun sucks. Sucks really bad, kinda like an SKS trigger if you know what I mean. 3 stages of creep before the hammer drops. Not condusive to accuracy at all, this would have to be fixed. Now my brother's 75 compact decocker is not perfect, but it is not nearly this bad. Had the trigger not been so bad, it would be sitting in my lap and not still on the shelf at local gun shop. Who would you folks recommend to do the job, and how much? Don't mind paying a premium price but I want it right and I want a decent turnaround, not months. 30 days Ican live with, but not months. The thing shouldn't be like this to start with, my 452 trigger is the best of any gun I own, and I have quite a spread.
Thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 2/4/2007 8:01:26 AM EST
matthew mink in little rock arkansas. mine is with him right now, i was quoted 3 weeks, and i see no reason to doubt that. check out what others have to say about him at czshooters.com

Link Posted: 2/15/2007 10:29:26 AM EST
There is a person who works at CZ that does them as well. I think he chares $45 for a CZ-75.

Link Posted: 2/15/2007 4:45:30 PM EST
Matt Mink all the way. Great work.
Link Posted: 2/16/2007 7:14:50 AM EST
I'll third Matt Mink. His cost on my Tactical (i.e., with decocker) was under $150, and he returned it in the time he specified.

The only negative is he works through a gun shop that requires the gun come back to an FFL. Extra $$$.


Link Posted: 2/19/2007 6:42:14 AM EST
Not any longer! We can ship directly back to the individual now. It took me 2 years to talk him into doing that.
Link Posted: 2/19/2007 8:50:34 AM EST

Originally Posted By mjm:
Not any longer! We can ship directly back to the individual now. It took me 2 years to talk him into doing that.

what changed? I was under the impression that this is not legal, was I wrong?
Link Posted: 2/19/2007 11:35:34 AM EST
[Last Edit: 2/19/2007 11:35:50 AM EST by wlchase]
It was "always" legal for a "repaired" firearm to be sent back to the owner, but the gunshop Matt worked with had insisted it be FFL-to-FFL. I guess he finally wore them down! Woo-hoo!

Link Posted: 2/25/2007 12:12:17 PM EST
I am interested in some work on my cz 75b as well. How do I contact Mr. Mink?
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