Is there a "Kuhnhausen-like" manual for the CZ-75?

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  1. Kosh75287

    Kosh75287 Active Member

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    I'd like to find a fairly exhaustive treatise on smithing the various CZ-75s and their clones. Any recommendations from folks who have used such would be much appreciated. ANY information on just what's available would ALSO be appreciated.
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  2. BRD@66

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    In lieu of a book, establish a dialog with Jackash. He's a CZ guru.
     
  3. Kosh75287

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    Thanx!
     
  4. Gilgondorin

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    You may not need the info anymore now that it's technically a year later, and I don't know how far into detail they actually go in diagnosing specific problems, or if they deal with the subject of performing upgrades/modifications to them, but I know that the AGI once sold one of their at-home gunsmithing DVD's on the CZ-75 family of pistols and it included a step by step "strip the gun down to a pile of parts and put it all back together again" walk-through. It also came with an exploded parts diagram that could be accessed by putting the disk into a PC and bringing it up that way.

    Additionally, a good general reference starting point -- if you can find it cheaply -- is the book "CZ-75 Family: The Ultimate Combat Handgun" by J.M. Ramos. I'd recommend seeing if you can preview as much of it as you can because although it has some tidbits of information on early model design differences like pistol hammers and barrels and the like, I don't think I would at all value the book at $50, which is what Amazon has it at.
     
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  5. Kosh75287

    Kosh75287 Active Member

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    Hey, sometimes, "later" is better than "never", and THIS is one of those cases! Thanks for the guidance!
     

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