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You can get an SP01 and put a full trigger setup in it but it won’t be much cheaper than a S2
All it takes is a hammer, trigger return spring and a main spring. I can do any of the 75 series cheaper than $1200.00 including the price of the pistol. You still won't have a S2 but you will have a better trigger and that was the question.
 

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No polishing or deburring necessary most of the time. Just the part swap. The deuce does not come from the factory deburred or internally polished. It does come with a creepy hammer trigger combination. Swapping out the hammer eliminates the creep and most CZ 75's don't really need a lot of polishing for a smooth double action. I have done hundreds of these over the years and the deuce out of the box is not all that. Swap out a few springs and parts it becomes very excellent indeed.
 

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Ok good info I really don’t need the S2 better than it is out of the box I can hit 66% steel targets @50yds fairly easily and have stretched it to 75yds
There is no doubt that the II is the best pistol CZ has ever produced. I love them! The extra weight of the longer dust cover makes it a dream to shoot. They can be improved but for most folks they are good enough as they come. Great choice in pistols for sure and i cannot think of a better one.
 

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Yes I agree but I’ve never modified any of my CZs cause they shoot so great out of the box but yes for me the S2 is hands down the sweetest and I could just shoot it all day long it’s a pleasure!
 

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SP01 - How about a step-by step? or a Vimeo or Rumble (hate on YouTube)? I'm pretty handy. I installed the SRT kit on my P226 and P220 - kinda a bitch without a magnet. I just picked up my first CZ metal pistol (P-01), and I was going to buy the kit from the Cajun guys. Maybe I should try your Flitz-n-rub method first.
 

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No polishing or deburring necessary most of the time. Just the part swap. The deuce does not come from the factory deburred or internally polished. It does come with a creepy hammer trigger combination. Swapping out the hammer eliminates the creep and most CZ 75's don't really need a lot of polishing for a smooth double action. I have done hundreds of these over the years and the deuce out of the box is not all that. Swap out a few springs and parts it becomes very excellent indeed.
Can you PM me a step-by-step? Or is there a vid you can point me to for my new P-01?
 
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