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    Deadeye Dick Clusterfrack's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fly out View Post
    The tool works on the P-07, too, yes?

    They also recommend their own spring. Anyone have any experience with them?
    Yes, it holds the spring in the proper orientation and the P-07 uses the same TRS. Note: I haven't used the tool yet!

    Haven't tried those springs...
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    I guess my failures were at the arm, maybe a quarter of the way up from the coil. The long arm failed the first time, the short arm failed the second time. I have pics of both buried somewhere in this thread. I kept the part well lubricated, especially after the first one failed.

    To be fair, I still have a CGW TRS in a P-07 that will be an occasional carry gun, so Im not super concerned about it failing.

    As a TRS slave pin, I cut down Q-tip brand cotton swabs to the right length. Theyre just the right diameter.
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    For those interested, $419 for a P-07 at Grab A Gun.

    https://grabagun.com/cz-p-07-9mm-15rd-blk-poly.html

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    I lucked into a complete with barrel and RSA spare slide for about $150, in fact a whole "gun busted" kit which instantly gave me a whole gun's worth of spare parts. My intent is to send this one off to get milled.

    So I know Jaegerwerks is a valid choice. I have had Impact Machine mill some other stuff for me and I know they will do it but my last project with them took 14 weeks. Any other advice on the whole milling thing?
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    I used Cajun Gun Works for two P-07 slides. Good work, good results. The process is a bit different. You purchase on line, then they tell you when to mail your slides in, usually several weeks later. I missed my first mailing window, got chastised, rescheduled for the next window. Finally got them done. Time without the slides was about a month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatdog View Post
    I lucked into a complete with barrel and RSA spare slide for about $150, in fact a whole "gun busted" kit which instantly gave me a whole gun's worth of spare parts. My intent is to send this one off to get milled.

    So I know Jaegerwerks is a valid choice. I have had Impact Machine mill some other stuff for me and I know they will do it but my last project with them took 14 weeks. Any other advice on the whole milling thing?
    When I had mine cut, I had them cut in a new dovetail at the back of the slide and mounted the optic further back than whats possible with the factory dovetail. Id see if they can do that for a Glock or an Sig rear sight. Better suppressor height sight options with those. CZ suppressor sights for the factory cuts are awful.

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    Deadeye Dick Clusterfrack's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatdog View Post
    I lucked into a complete with barrel and RSA spare slide for about $150, in fact a whole "gun busted" kit which instantly gave me a whole gun's worth of spare parts. My intent is to send this one off to get milled.

    So I know Jaegerwerks is a valid choice. I have had Impact Machine mill some other stuff for me and I know they will do it but my last project with them took 14 weeks. Any other advice on the whole milling thing?
    Quote Originally Posted by Lon View Post
    When I had mine cut, I had them cut in a new dovetail at the back of the slide and mounted the optic further back than whats possible with the factory dovetail. Id see if they can do that for a Glock or an Sig rear sight. Better suppressor height sight options with those. CZ suppressor sights for the factory cuts are awful.
    I agree with @Lon about cutting a new rear dovetail for a Glock taper. But why not do irons forward? Optic is closer to your face, and the window is unobstructed so you can see the dot even if it's overlapping with the sight. The front window is farther from ejection, and protected from impact by the BUIS. Holster fitment is easier. What's not to like? (These guns were done by Stone Bridge Gunworks)

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    Jaegerworks is offering the Glock dovetail in front option. That is what I was planning to do if I go with them.

    Timely ebay alert I got this morning, I was able to snag a rare nib 407CO, my favorite carry optic, so its destiny will be this new slide....
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    Agree with Clusterfrack

    I decided to give irons forward a try on my P09 when I had it milled by CGW a few years ago (easier process back then). May get my P07 done the same way.


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    I went with Stonebridge simply because they were able to include the suppressor height irons in the bundle for same price as the other guys offered without including the sights, and the other provider was out of stock on the iron sights anyway, my rear will be in front of the optic.
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