My CZ82 (1986) indeed has a hammer block, making it drop safe. The OP's gun may have been modified for trigger work, or is simply
I have had mine completely apart and it is quite a bear to re-assemble. It began experiencing double fire...! The disconnector was
worn below spec. That was one of my first attempts at gunsmithing my own pistol. The problem is fixed, new disconnector, (rather strange design, by the way). I sure hope I never have to go in it again.
I love my CZ82. I typically carry it loaded chamber, hammer down (no safety), as I don't trust the safety lever on mine. It comes off safe rather easily and I was unable to easily correct the problem when I had it tore down. No interest in going back into it.
It should not fire if dropped........................
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