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  1. Green

    Green New Member

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    I posted a question on the tech. questions thread about the CZ52 barrell. No bites. Soooo......being that the CZ is a c&r,perhaps someome might know a bit more here. One of the roller berrings falls out and jams the action. Do I have to get the whole new barrell and all? What is the best course for me to follow?Thanks for any help.
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    Those bearings are suppused to be held in by the slip ring. This sounds particularly nasty. Sounds to my like something is wrong with the ring; not the barrel. Maybe a picture of the barrel assembly and relevant parts?? I used to own a bunch of 52's and this just is not something I have seen happen. Most often the problem that crops up is the pin coming out of the barrel catch and the pistol falling apart while being operated.
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    Hold em' in place with Duct Tape :) . The good thing about the 52's is they have a decent size aftermarket. Barrels, little bearings and slip rings ain't to hard to find.
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    Thankyou much. I guess i'll check around for the "slip ring". I tried the duck tape. It's only good for a couple hundred rounds.
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    Green ya gotta use the high heat exhaust tape :)
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    :eek: That'l work Southern. Ahh technology!
  7. Green, for what it might be worth to you, I noticed J&G has replacement firing pins available for the CZ52s right now, priced at $9.99 apiece. Always nice to have a few spares. http://www.jgsales.com/
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    Thanks Pistolenschutze. I'll check into it. I think I may have to get it in shootable condition first though. Can't break a firing pin untill then.
    :)
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    Hey GREEN a piece of advice. Why don't you buy another gun take which ever one is in better shape shoot it and use the other as a parts gun
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    I'd avoid the old cast pins. There was a stainless on the market that ran about $25; I did not break one of those. The 52's are cheap enough every guy should buy 3 and shoot one.
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    Yes indeed,I have thought of just buying anothher one. But $$$wife$$$$wife$$$ kinda puts a hold on that for now.
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    We have all been their Green
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