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Old 03-16-2017, 05:26 PM
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Ordered DiP springs for three 452's $19.95 and a 455 @$7.95. Anyone have experience with these? Compared to JnP? Thanks.
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Mine arrived in the mail today (thanks Pete!), installed it right away. I'll be heading out to the range in an hour or so. We'll see what the difference is. Normally I shoot 294/295 out of 300 at 50 meters (50m ISSF targets).

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Old 03-21-2017, 01:57 PM
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Thanks Pete, good to know.

I've ordered one of those J&P magical springs, and did some work on the striker of my CZ455. Tonight I'll check and see how the striker mod worked out, hopefully the spring will arrive in a week or so (I'm not State side, but in Europe). Can't wait.
I have always heard that other countries (mostly Europe and our friends from down under) firearms are severely restricted.

Would some of our out of town friends commit please?

I am from Kentucky in the US. Out of town refers to other countries.

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Old 03-22-2017, 02:06 AM
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My CZ actually became more unstable due to the J&P spring, groups opened up inches!

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I have always heard that other countries (mostly Europe and our friends from down under) firearms are severely restricted.

Would some of our out of town friends commit please?
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Most EU countries have their own laws when it comes to firearms and air rifles, but it is quite (over)regulated down here. In The Netherlands for instance, your not allowed to have more than 5 firearms and it takes 18 months before you're allowed to buy your first .22LR rifle, that must be suited for Olympic disciplines or a pistol with a max caliber of 9mm. It's insanely strict down here, thanks to one incident back in 2011, where one registered firearm owner shot and killed people in a shopping center. Air guns on the other hand are free, no restrictions.
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Old 03-22-2017, 08:01 AM
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Sorry but I'm having a real problem believing a striker spring alone caused your accuracy problems.
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Well, I can assure you that vibrations (even the slightest) can absolutely impact your accuracy. I've replaced the spring with the original one, and the groups where closing up by an inch. You can believe it or not, but that's what I've noticed yesterday.
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Striker

I wonder how many of these posts are a result of the striker hitting the incorrect spot on the rim.
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