Discussion in 'Firearms' started by WestPointMAG, Nov 23, 2008.
CZ52 thumb I made out of quick steel and painted. It reduced my groups by 50%.
That's quite inventive.
Thanks for showing it.
And it improved your grouping by 50% you say?
With out it very hard to lock your thumb in. the thumb rest made it it possible to hold the firearm a lot steadier.
On the slide lock bar just ahead of the grip area, I drilled, and tapped the bar for a small bolt.
I threaded it in, welded it, ground it smooth and enlarged the bolt head with weld, then rounded it smooth....
Now, I have a thumb operated slide lock !
Besides, I figured for the cost of the pistol, I couldn't possibly damage it!
Works for me!
And cheaper than buying it from the now-defunct Makarov_dot_com.
Those SOB's never did send the CZ52 parts my buddy ordered a year ago....
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