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    Omega! Too bad. Just polish it and pray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJK11 View Post
    Omega! Too bad. Just polish it and pray.
    Why is that? A spring wonít lighten it?
    Man of steel - Kahr T9, CZ75

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    Omega the CZ stepchild

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    I see it was just discontinued, but canít find why. https://cz-usa.com/product/cz-75-b-ω-convertible-omega/

    All I want to do is lighten the trigger pull, not attend family reunions
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    I see it was just discontinued, but canít find why. https://cz-usa.com/product/cz-75-b-ω-convertible-omega/

    All I want to do is lighten the trigger pull, not attend family reunions
    Well shoot, I forgot about my P-09: which has the Omega trigger. The parts are bit different from the steel frame guns, but I believe the system works the same.
    I did the polish on it and went with a lighter hammer spring. CGW says to use a lighter firing pin spring with the lighter hammer spring. I did that and also installed an extended firing pin (and spring steel firing pin retaining pin). As I had the slide apart, I used their reduced power plunger spring as well. There was enough improvement that I didn't feel enough need to use the CGW hammer. FWIW, I run my P-09 as a de-cocker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    I see it was just discontinued, but canít find why. https://cz-usa.com/product/cz-75-b-ω-convertible-omega/

    All I want to do is lighten the trigger pull, not attend family reunions
    Iím a bit confused. You can work on and modify the mighty LCP but you are hesitant to do the same to a CZ? I assume the Omega was discontinued because the factory couldnít keep up production given the demand. Maybe the same with Kahr with the S series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnR View Post
    So just one $7 spring is allI need? I think I can manage that. I donít mind polishing stuff as long as itís clear exactly what and where to polish. Iíll search for tutorials. Ah: https://cdn1.cajungunworks.com/wp-co...-Polishing.pdf
    Yep, thatís about it to lighten it up. You can change out the springs easily. The Omega will smooth out too with a little polishing. Not as nicely as the original trigger but still OK. Greg gave a good recommendation on the springs to change. You can do those easily with only a set of punches.
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    LCP? Someone else? Iíve done lots of spring changes in semis and revolvers, I just wondered how many of the CZís springs affected to trigger weight. Iím ordering a couple blue springs now.
    Man of steel - Kahr T9, CZ75

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    Youíll like the improvement. It will make a nice difference.
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