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Old 06-23-2012, 03:22 PM   #1
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Extraction problem

I just bought a used 85 that's a race gun with a compensator and scope mounted. The gun is accurate but has exraction problems. sometimes it just leaves the brass in the chamber or lying on top of the next round. Where do I get an extractor and how hard is it to install. I'm also not happy with the trigger. Not at all a good trigger. I got a good deal on the gun with holster, belt and magazines though one mag won't hold the slide back. Any suggestions on the trigger? Also does anyone make an extended safety?

Thanks for your response, I'm a newbie here.
 
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Old 06-23-2012, 04:38 PM   #2
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"85" what???
A brand would help.
 
Old 06-25-2012, 06:05 PM   #3
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Dfarris...I'm guessin a C Z 85....In that case the best forum to go to would be the C Z forum....C Z is an easy pistol to smith.......with slave pins just a little harder than a 1911 to get back together

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Old 12-03-2015, 04:01 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Wild Bill Caldwell View Post
Dfarris...I'm guessin a C Z 85....In that case the best forum to go to would be the C Z forum....C Z is an easy pistol to smith.......with slave pins just a little harder than a 1911 to get back together

Wild Bill
I have a question, what exactly is the function of the slave pins? I've done spring changes and installed the Cajun floating trigger pin, it came with the slave pin which I find no need for. I'm just curious as to their need.... Thanks

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Old 12-03-2015, 04:44 PM   #5
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Slave pins are used to hold parts together during assembly.

As example, when installing a 1911 sear and disconnecter you insert a slave pin that's just slightly shorter then the width of the sear and slightly smaller than the actual sear pin.

Drop the assembled sear and disconnecter held together with the slave pin into the frame then push in the sear pin.
As the sear pin goes in it pushes the slave pin out of the frame.

Slave pins are used or can be used on many firearms parts to make assembly easier.
An even better example is a Colt Gold Cup that has the tiny sear depressor and even tinier spring.
It's near impossible to get them and the sear and disconnecter in the gun without a slave pin to hold it all together.
 
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