Re: CZ-75 Upgrades
Yes, it can be done but not by just anyone with a set of stones.
I too am a home gunsmith but I got educated on how to do a trigger job. Before that I would wing it and ruined a trigger or two. Today, as with you, I too can do a good trigger job to about any gun because I know the basics of a safe trigger job. Most home experimenters don't have those tools at hand and may make a trigger that is not safe.
An unsafe trigger is more about danger than just ruining a part or two. One of these poorly executed home jobs can get taken to the range, malfunction, and kill someone. For that reason I suggest no one experiment with sear/hammer interface angles until they are educated and not by making mistakes but by instructional materials. AGI offers such materials but they are not cheap. But neither is a life lost to a home gunsmithing accident. The danger can be to others not even near the gun.
Such a case was documented on TV several years ago when during a tactical match a gun doubled into the air and the second bullet fell through an adjacent 22 indoor range roof and killed a young NRA rifle competitor. A trigger part was ruined but so was the life of the teenager (permanently) and the match shooter (the lawyers made sure his life was ruined too).
Last edited by LDBennett; 06-03-2012 at 11:10 AM..