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      You might say I like CZ pistols I think I have 8. I will caution you not to dry fire it much with the stock firing pin and firing pin retaining pin installed. CGW makes a extended firing pin and lighter return spring with a stronger retaining pin that will make it safe to dry fire.
      In addition to adding the improved roll pin from CGW...go to Home Depot and get a package of these. Putting an o-ring around the firing pin makes dry fire a no impact affair. It literally puts no wear on your gun outside of the sear.

       
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      In addition to adding the improved roll pin from CGW...go to Home Depot and get a package of these. Putting an o-ring around the firing pin makes dry fire a no impact affair. It literally puts no wear on your gun outside of the sear.

      I did do a deep clean when I got it, but the only thing I didn't do was remove the firing pin. Didn't have the extra time to Google it and find the videos. I will do it, as I inspect strikers and channels on every new gun for gunk or heavy abnormal wear. The o-ring remains on firing pin always, or just for dry fire, then it needs to be removed? I typically don't modify anything on a handgun.
       
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