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Cz trigger

  • 03-02-2022 12:58pm
    Registered Users Posts: 21

    Hi, quick question. I have been looking into trigger springs for my cz and have came across a DIP adjustable seat. Has anybody heard of or used one if so are they better than the spring kits. Tia.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 6,560 ✭✭✭Feisar

    I've used just the springs on a couple of rifles and got the pull down to a crisp 1lb give or take, a 452 17 HMR went to about half that. The spring kits also come with shims to take the creep out of the trigger, same as the adjustable sear does. I never bothered with the shims, the springs done the job for me. And if I was looking at spending that kind of money I'd probably spring (bad pun) for a full Timney trigger. I've read of some lads using the spring from a pen but that seems very light.

    Make sure and safety test the hell out of it after any mods, bump test and cycle the bolt vigorously, on the other rifle I done I had to increase the spring weight as the gun was firing on bolt closure.

    First they came for the socialists...

  • Registered Users Posts: 6,984 ✭✭✭clivej

    I have put the YoDave kits in the CZ 452, 455, and the spring in my CZ 457. They do the very good good job for the cost.

    I put a Timney in my CZ 452 and it was great to reduce the creep.

    I put the Dip.Ink adjustable sear in my CZ 455, that I have just sold. It will reduce the creep down to next to nothing, but you will need the spring kit as well to reduce the pull weight. It's very good and cheaper than the Timney trigger.

    If you buy from here the postage is cheaper than buying from Dip.Ink.

  • Registered Users Posts: 543 ✭✭✭JP22

    As Clive says, the Yo-Dave trigger kit will definitely improve the rifle.

    FYI, Yo-Dave spring kit is basically a copy of the original trigger spring kit produced by Eric Brooks.

    I was lucky enough to be given an original E Brooks kit from a member here, which I installed on a 58 Brno M5, super kit, well worth it.