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Quick question....my only been fired once by me CZ 452 has a creep free trigger that breaks at 3 lbs 9 oz. I thought it was a superb trigger till I started hanging with you gun nuts in this thread. My question is....how much trigger pull adjustment might there be with the stock nut and washer? I haven't pulled it apart yet. Thanks. M1911
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Not a lot of adjustment, the nut on the trigger spring guide may give you a pound one way or the other, lots of compression springs out there that will make it easy to vary the pull weight though. 162-A to 159-A are the common ones with those being heaviest to lightest.
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Thanks Gerald. Really looking forward to getting this rifle scoped and then doing some shooting. My bolt has a few scratches on the top that I can easily feel with my fingernail and when moving the bolt.....darned if I can see anything rough anywhere inside the receiver. Passes the eyeball inspection, finger inspection, Q Tip... I'll find a section to ask about that and post some pictures. The machining on the bottom of the bolt is excellent.....just a small thing on top. M1911
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Well I got my CZ back from the Gunsmith the trigger is now at 8 ounces!
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I put the yodavekit in today. The spring were bigger in diameter then the stock one,it didn't fit in the hole all the way. Is this normal & ok?
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Installed my YoDave trigger kit tonight in a CZ 455 Varmint Precision Trainer. Stock trigger had zero creep and broke at 2.5lbs. Left the nut in place and installed the lightest spring. Now it breaks at 1.5lbs.

Safety checked by bouncing the buttstock on the ground with the safety disengaged. No issues.
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Thanks to this post I was able to get my yo Dave trigger kit installed on my CZ 455 tacticool. There wasn't any creep with the factory trigger, so I just installed the third lightest spring and called it good.

Does anyone have any use for the extra shims and springs?


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Save those for your next CZ.
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I installed the lightest spring and since I didn't have any creep left the shims out. I removed the washer and nut too. After shooting I found the trigger was still to heavy.

With your tutorial I was able to see the relationship between the different parts. I put the blue shim in and reinstalled the washer and nut. It now feels a lot better. Thank you!

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My new 455's trigger breaks at about 2 3/4 lbs, according to my ancient RCBS trigger pull gauge. I presume it will smooth out after more rounds, and the money I save by not buying a new Lyman or Wheeler trigger gauge will buy more practice ammo!
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Quick question....my only been fired once by me CZ 452 has a creep free trigger that breaks at 3 lbs 9 oz. I thought it was a superb trigger till I started hanging with you gun nuts in this thread. My question is....how much trigger pull adjustment might there be with the stock nut and washer? I haven't pulled it apart yet. Thanks. M1911
On my 455 Varmint the stock nut and washer were already all the way out. I only replaced the spring so far and went with the lightest spring and no tube change. It was an amazing improvement. Now that I'm used to the trigger, I can feel the creep so next I'll unpeen the pin and start messing with the tubes to adjust sear engagement.
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Old 02-23-2017, 08:55 AM
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I installed the kit last night in my 455 Varmint.

Ended up with blue shim and the stock spring with the nut and washer. No creep whatsoever and the trigger is now incredibly light. I started with the red shim and lightest spring to start and worked my way back to the stock spring and blue shim. I may even go with the thinnest shim at some point. The trigger now has zero creep and breaks clean. I don't have a pull scale, but if I had to guess I would say its around 1.5lbs even with the stock spring, nut, and washer, which is a lot lighter than I was expecting to end up with.
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Got the kit in on the 4th installed the Red shim and 3rd spring; breaks at 16oz withy old spring scale. My trigger had a lot of creep from the factory.

It's interesting to see the difference in what everyone is using from the kit to get the desired results.

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Old 03-12-2017, 04:21 PM
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We need a sticky that says not to replace the rear trigger pin with the old front trigger pin. Or maybe not.

I've had this little bump of a trigger "creep" since my brooks kit install. think the proper rear trigger pin may take care of it.



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