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Old 01-14-2020, 02:11 PM
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Can anyone tell me what this is inletted for? Thinking its for a CZ but not sure which model.
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Denny imported stocks for both the Brno M1 and CZ 452.

They're so close its tough to say. I know this because he accidentally sent me a M1 for my 452. Of course he offered to send the correct one, but all that was involved was minor tweaking mostly at the front of the receiver.
Seems to me it was a slight length and radius difference.



That said, and if I'm right, it looks like someone got pretty ham fisted on the mill cutting the left side of the receiver inlet.
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Old 01-14-2020, 06:17 PM
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I like mine.

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Not for any 452 I've had.
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Denny imported stocks for both the Brno M1 and CZ 452.

They're so close its tough to say. I know this because he accidentally sent me a M1 for my 452. Of course he offered to send the correct one, but all that was involved was minor tweaking mostly at the front of the receiver.
Seems to me it was a slight length and radius difference.



That said, and if I'm right, it looks like someone got pretty ham fisted on the mill cutting the left side of the receiver inlet.
I bought it from Denny...God rest his soul... just couldn't remember the rifle model...
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I like mine.
Not sure if it matters...my stock has 3 holes cut n the sides...
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Generally speaking I believe the Klinsky stocks with the 3 vent holes along the barrel channel fit the target rifle actions. So I’d expect that stock to fit a Brno Model 4, a Model 3 (possibly with a little opening of the inletting for the trigger area, and Brno Model 2/CZ 452 with the same action screw set up (though the barrel channel will be oversized).

Of course, as with all things related to Brno, there are exceptions. But this has been my experience.
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Old 01-14-2020, 07:33 PM
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Generally speaking I believe the Klinsky stocks with the 3 vent holes along the barrel channel fit the target rifle actions. So I’d expect that stock to fit a Brno Model 4, a Model 3 (possibly with a little opening of the inletting for the trigger area, and Brno Model 2/CZ 452 with the same action screw set up (though the barrel channel will be oversized).

Of course, as with all things related to Brno, there are exceptions. But this has been my experience.
That makes more sense...I'm fortunate enough 2 own 2 BRNO #3 Stechers…1 from Denny the other from an estate sale...1 #4 National Match...but 2 my poor vision don't c how they could match up.
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My Brno Model 4 Lauf Kurz and Model 3 both fit a similar stock with 3 vent holes. A lot more inletting adjustment and the Stecher would fit as well. A lot more. Haha.
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My Brno Model 4 Lauf Kurz and Model 3 both fit a similar stock with 3 vent holes. A lot more inletting adjustment and the Stecher would fit as well. A lot more. Haha.
I bought a M3 Klinsky stock from Denny and cut it out for the Stecher I had....I sold the Stecher rifle with the original stock and the Klinsky stock to a friend of Dennys but due to logistics Denny wound up buying the package back himself...I am fairly sure he still had it at his passing..

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Had the Klinsky out today, with SK pistol match , a glorious day at the range ! I put that dot on the target and then there is a hole. I really like this set up, 455 20 inch varmint, light dip spring, dip trigger shoe, klinsky stock, mueller 40 x. Egw rail and some nice rings And greasy SK . Of a bench , a rest and a rear bag. I know there are better, but OMG.
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