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Old 05-10-2012, 01:50 AM   #11
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felt recoil on 9mm maks is due to their blow-back operation. locked-breach, recoil-operated firearms like 9mm's and bigger attenuate recoil via barrel movement.
I'm panting over a CZ...then; what is "bigger attenuate...movement?"
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I like the CZ82 so much that I now own 5 of em.
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I'm panting over a CZ...then; what is "bigger attenuate...movement?"
i think he means the 9mm and larger caliber recoil operated guns use the barrel movement to help soak up recoil
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i think he means the 9mm and larger caliber recoil operated guns use the barrel movement to help soak up recoil
I was confused; I though the physics was handled by the spring. The language made me want more explanation.
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IMO the CZ-82 is one of the best values on the market today. I bought mine last year from SOG and it arrived in fine condition. It cost $190, came with a holster, two 13 round magazines and other accessories. On top of that it is a C&R gun so I was able to have it shipped directly to me without having to go through one of my FFLs.
The ammunition is readily available and is relatively cheap. For me it points naturally so I get very good results with it at the range. I am really considering picking up a couple more while the price is still right.
The only negative is that extra magazines are very hard to find.
Try buymilsurp. and sarcoinc.(dott Komm)
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G23LCPK45,

sorry, what donthav1 said...much better!
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5 cz82's...i can see it. mine slaps my trigger finger pretty hard, how about yours?
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Love the 9mm Makarov round. Have a CZ82, a Polish P83 and a PA63 all chambered in 9x18.

Also have a CZ52. That one is a hoot to shoot and especially after dark when you can see how far it spits fire.
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5 cz82's...i can see it. mine slaps my trigger finger pretty hard, how about yours?
No slap here. I really enjoy shooting the CZ82. Very tempted to get another or two...
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towboater,

experimenting, i shimmed the rear of the trigger with adhesive backed material...much improved, so i'll do something a bit less bubba...or maybe not!

i like the 9x18 too. two p-64's, a bulgy mak and a cz82.

two more czechs, a cz-52 and .22hornet cz527 rifle. the czechs are superb designers and craftsmen, with a big influence in world arms over the years...
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