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I bought new barell, new rollers, new retaining pin, but I cannot find the roller cam that the rollers lock in to. Does anyone know where I can find one. I have worn out the internet trying to find one.
Don't those sometimes cause reliability problems on account of the shorter length of the 9mm rounds?
Wouldn't it make more sense to use a longer 9mm round, such as a 9x23?I haven't actually seen a conversion in person, but I'd think the problem probably has much to do with the shorter round.
I'll look around and if I can pick up a box I'll give it a try.
I believe I will just stick with what is supposed to be shot through it. This is by no means a heavy target barrel nor is it made for anything but 9mm. Better safe than sorry. Besides, with the difference in the cost of ammo, 9mm and 7.62x25 are some of the cheapest you can shoot.
Quote from: jkeen579 on October 31, 2007, 11:33:55 AMI believe I will just stick with what is supposed to be shot through it. This is by no means a heavy target barrel nor is it made for anything but 9mm. Better safe than sorry. Besides, with the difference in the cost of ammo, 9mm and 7.62x25 are some of the cheapest you can shoot.After some (very little, actually) consideration I'm going back to the original 7.62x25 configuration. The 9x19 conversion barrel just didn't work for me. If I want to shoot 9mm I have several pistols made for 9mm. I'll accept the CZ52 for what it is.Of course, if anyone else has had a different experience with such a conversion I'd like to hear either positive/negative results.Steve in WI