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    Default Any gunsmiths along the front range the are good with CZ pistols?

    I have a CZ SP-01 Phantom that I would like to have some trigger work done to. Any recommendations?

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    CZ trigger jobs are not cheap or easy. I had an SP-01 for a long time and I never had the balls to take it apart.

    CZ Custom (eerw) is the place to send it to.
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    If you're handy and daring Cajun Gunworks makes some drop in kits.

    https://cajungunworks.com/product/75...ckage-phantom/

    https://cajungunworks.com/product/75...ckage-phantom/

    They also offer full service work if that's more your thing.

    https://cajungunworks.com/product-ca...mith-services/

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    I just tore it down. Took me about 6 tries to get it out back together right. Now it’s easy.
    Now I need to decide if I should order some CGW parts.

    Did do some polishing which smoothed out the trigger quite a bit.
    Last edited by mpatch; 11-29-2019 at 20:48.

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    Order CGW parts and do it yourself. They’re quality parts and he backs them up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KS63 View Post
    Order CGW parts and do it yourself. They’re quality parts and he backs them up.
    Something about spending $250 on trigger parts for a gun I paid $320 for bothers me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpatch View Post
    Something about spending $250 on trigger parts for a gun I paid $320 for bothers me.
    Dont call CZ Custom then. Trigger jobs (parts and labor) run $450-500.

    There are a lot of tricks, tools, jigs and hard earned knowledge that go into CZ trigger jobs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoser View Post
    Dont call CZ Custom then. Trigger jobs (parts and labor) run $450-500.

    There are a lot of tricks, tools, jigs and hard earned knowledge that go into CZ trigger jobs.
    I contacted CGW about doing the work but they have about an 18 week wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpatch View Post
    I contacted CGW about doing the work but they have about an 18 week wait.
    Buy the kit, DIY. Unless you need it. Right now, 8 weeks (in gunsmith speak) is about 3 months, easy.
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