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  1. #1
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    YoDave Trigger Kit for CZ

    Wow, what a difference!!

    I installed one on my 452 (marked Brno #2). The instructions call for a 1/8" drift punch. Too big. A 1/16 was a bit small but worked better.

    I ended up using the second lightest spring and third thickest bushing to get safe sear engagement. I can cock the rifle and bang the butt on the floor... hard, and the sear will not release, but am still just over two pounds with no perceivable creep or take up.

    And to think I was contemplating a Timney trigger.

    You need a bit of basic mechanical skills, but not difficult.

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    on their site they recommend and sell a 3/32" punch

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    Can you post some pictures?

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    I screwed up my installation and locked up my bolt somehow. I took it to Dlask and they fixed it.

    Great trigger mod, well worth the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xpart View Post
    Can you post some pictures?
    Sorry, got the rifle back together, and sighted in. it is staying that way: https://www.yodaveproducts.com/trigg...structions.htm

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