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Service Pistol Trigger Weight

Post by rich.tullo on Tue Oct 06, 2015 3:59 pm

Is it 4 pounds for all pistols or just the 1911 


For guns that sa/da is the SA or DA pull measured

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Re: Service Pistol Trigger Weight

Post by LenV on Tue Oct 06, 2015 4:06 pm

They all have to make 4lbs SA.

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Re: Service Pistol Trigger Weight

Post by rich.tullo on Thu Oct 08, 2015 12:50 pm

Thanks was looking at a CZ by Cajun off the shelf 2.5 SA trigger 4.5 DA. 

That's not going to work. 

I like the CZ better than the 92 but there is not a lot done on customizing for accuracy. 

Out of the box they will hold 3 to 4 inches at 50 yards no problem but I wonder if they bullseye potential.

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Re: Service Pistol Trigger Weight

Post by Regular_Guy on Thu Oct 08, 2015 7:58 pm

I swear I've seen a thread on a different forum where a guy was talking more about the accuracy potential of the CZ75 at 50 yards and what components he used, but to save my life I can't find it.

This might be of interest...
http://www.bullseyeforum.net/t2655-tested-my-cz-p-09-9mm-centerfire-pistol-at-100-yards-on-thursday-and-at-200-today

CZ is mentioned here again by the same member:
http://www.bullseyeforum.net/t3978-any-current-production-handgun-that-can-shoot-10-shot-3-inch-group-at-50-yards-with-ransom-rest

There's got to be a way to get the trigger to a hair over 4lbs, but I'm not familiar with the internals of CZs.

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Re: Service Pistol Trigger Weight

Post by Joe L on Tue Oct 13, 2015 11:01 pm

Rich--You can ask David at CGW to give you a 4 lb trigger pull on a 97 or a 75.  I have a little over 3.5 SA on my 97 with a CGW hammer.  I'm shooting it in our local centerfire bullseye matches.  It is a CGW 97B"E" with a fitted bushing.  It is very accurate and I like the grip and frame shape more than a 1911.  Not sure how good one is with the factory bushing, but I would think it would be pretty good.   I didn't shoot mine before it was fitted with the 1911 bushing.  I shot a 95 at 50 slow fire outdoors last Sunday, so I am pretty happy with it.
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