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Old 11-17-2008, 04:39 PM   #1
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I have read that the CZ-52 firing pin was cast and prone to breakage, and that milled ones are out there, but no luck finding them so far.

Anyone have a source?

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Old 11-17-2008, 06:59 PM   #2
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If you have the original, any competent machinist could make you one out of anything you want. Titanium, tool steel, hardened aluminum, you name it.

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J&G Sales has them for $10.

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J&G Sales has them for $10.
Probably cheaper that way.
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CZ53 & CZ53 parts interchange...

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Yep, J&G, thanks.

On the other hand, a titanium pin sounds cool.

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Yep, J&G, thanks.

On the other hand, a titanium pin sounds cool.
I honestly don't know if a rifle that archaic would benefit from a titanium pin.
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I honestly don't know if a rifle that archaic would benefit from a titanium pin.
???..... The CZ is a pistol. 7.62x25
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Bet a titanium firing pin wouldn't break from dry firing like the original CZ52 pins are prone to do.

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Sorry to dredge up an old thread, but if anyone wanted a replacement pin for their CZ-52, this is the place to go: Harrington Products CZ-52 Competition and Replacement Parts

I have a stage 3 heavy competition firing pin and I couldn't be happier. The gun is very accurate and has a very light trigger pull with this pin.

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