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Couple of questions on the innards:

1) Another pistolsmith mentioned that the parts are loose on
the pivots and it makes it difficult to keep critical surfaces
in alignment. From your experience does this prove to be a
problem?

2) Was this a problem more with old models or is it still a
problem with one of new manufacture if #1 is true?

3) Given the innards are rough can they be smoothed up and/or
honed to smoothness on the contact surfaces?

Barry
 

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On 2001-05-31 20:43, Teddy Jacobson wrote:
I rework a lot of CZ pistols.It is not an easy gun to work on.
They use roll pins but they are or can be reliable.
Given the finish inside and a person desired a CZ type gun would an EAA Witness 9mm be better?

If not and one could find one how would you rate a Springfield P9 or an AT-84 or a Magnum Research Baby Eagle?

Barry

<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Barry on 2001-06-04 20:05 ]</font>
 
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