CZ 82 Pistol

Discussion in 'Curio & Relics Forum' started by pawn, Dec 18, 2009.

  1. pawn

    pawn Active Member

    Jan 31, 2007
    Crossville, TN
  2. oscarmayer

    oscarmayer New Member

    Jun 24, 2008
    yes both the cz82 and it's 380 version cz83. fine weapon well made, very reliable like most cz's what more would you like to know ?
     

  3. tntrucker

    tntrucker New Member

    119
    Oct 6, 2009
    Got one; like it a whole bunch.
     
  4. pawn

    pawn Active Member

    Jan 31, 2007
    Crossville, TN
    thanks guys. are there any inherent faults or weak parts to replace..... the CZ 52 is notorious for it's weak firing pin (I replaced mine)
     
  5. oscarmayer

    oscarmayer New Member

    Jun 24, 2008
    no reason to worry the cz82/83 is a newer design than the cz52 and what ever problems occurred with the cz52 are unique to that model only.
     
  6. Helix_FR

    Helix_FR Active Member

    Apr 14, 2009
    Imperial, MO
    No problems that I can speak of either. I have a 83. The only thing that mine did was some undesirable firing b/c the disconnector was just a little short. I made my own and the problem went away. Its a fantastic gun but you need a third hand to completely disassemble them.
     
  7. I've been looking at the same pistol in .380, the CZ 83. They are asking $415 plus all the other B.S. that goes to making it near $500. Heard that they are very hard to disassemble. TJ
     
  8. pawn

    pawn Active Member

    Jan 31, 2007
    Crossville, TN
  9. jjk308

    jjk308 New Member

    9
    May 2, 2009
    Oldsmar, FL USA
    Do not go beyond field stripping. Lots of owners who try a tear down end up shipping it to CZ for reassembly or lose parts.
     
  10. pawn

    pawn Active Member

    Jan 31, 2007
    Crossville, TN
    10-4, appreciate your comments
     
  11. Helix_FR

    Helix_FR Active Member

    Apr 14, 2009
    Imperial, MO
    They are tough to completely strip and even tougher to put back together. There are certain ways things need to be held to get them in right, ejector and sear come to mind. The barrel is part of the frame. You can get the older 83's for a much better price if you don't mind owning one that was made in the late 80's early 90's. Only difference now is that they have a mag disconnect. Great choice. I love mine
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2009
  12. paradox998

    paradox998 New Member

    36
    Mar 23, 2008
    A stronger wolff spring will lesson the recoil snap and make it even more pleasant to shoot. Great pistol
     
  13. mncarpenter

    mncarpenter Member

    478
    Nov 14, 2009
    Minnesota
    here is a forum for you CZ 82 owners to check out-http://www.czforumsite.info/index.php?board=19.0
    In fact any CZ owners..good stuff here including trigger tune-ups(not sure about the CZ82 'smithing) but lots of stuff for CZ's - including reloading
     
  14. Helix_FR

    Helix_FR Active Member

    Apr 14, 2009
    Imperial, MO
    Yep, you gotta be careful on the trigger tune ups. the 82/83 have a positive hammer to sear engagement. If you mess with it to much undesirable things can happen:eek:
     
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