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Old 08-21-2021, 01:12 PM
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Just got a NOS CZ 452 Trainer. Taking it apart, I noticed the distance between the receiver screw and the barrel block screw (other screw in place). Would it be better to bed both locations or just the receiver? I will just be punching paper.
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Chris
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Old 08-21-2021, 03:17 PM
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Just got a NOS CZ 452 Trainer. Taking it apart, I noticed the distance between the receiver screw and the barrel block screw (other screw in place). Would it be better to bed both locations or just the receiver? I will just be punching paper.
Thank you,
Chris
If I were going to bed that rifle I would fit the rear screw from a 452 American, which will take some machine work, and leave the barrel screw out or possibly fit a screw and spring there and play with barrel tension.
Of course I'd shoot it first keeping in mind my motto of, if you don't mess with it you won't make it any worse.
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Old 08-22-2021, 06:34 AM
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Just got a NOS CZ 452 Trainer. Taking it apart, I noticed the distance between the receiver screw and the barrel block screw (other screw in place). Would it be better to bed both locations or just the receiver? I will just be punching paper.
Thank you,
Chris
I have bedded a few 452 Trainers, the best results are to bed from the back of the bolt handle cut out (NO NEED TO BED TANG AREA) to slightly in front of the THE barrel lug, pillars arent a bad idea either although I have done them without and had good results.
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Old 08-22-2021, 07:07 AM
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Try hot glue.
Works good for me. Wax your metal surfaces.


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