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Old 05-27-2020, 06:24 PM
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Am I correct in thinking that the Brno Model 2 trigger is very similar (identical?) to the CZ452 trigger?

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Old 05-27-2020, 06:49 PM
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Yes. The Models 1 and 3 are of a different type (with a couple of different variations in the Model 1), the 2, 4, and 5 are like the 452 trigger.
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Old 05-27-2020, 07:01 PM
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Thanks, turbo. I have four Model 1s and have been able to massage all of them to a nice light (~ 1.5#) pull, albeit with a "two-stage type" take up before release. I just got a very nice and my first Model 2 and haven't taken it out of the stock yet. While the trigger pull is quite crisp, it's also about a 4.5# pull. So it sounds like a lighter spring may do the trick.

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Old 05-28-2020, 07:04 AM
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Thumbs up Model 2

Doug,
Congrats on snagging a Model 2. Some pictures are going to be required...........
My early Model 2s are all very accurate and great shooters and I expect that you will be very pleased with the performance. Having it out of the wood to do the trigger is another photo op...............

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Old 05-28-2020, 10:30 AM
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Yes. Just like a CZ 452, all the production Brno Model 2, 4, and 5 have the same trigger which can be adjusted with either a spring replacement or a tube as seen with the yo-Dave kits. I have only found the spring to potentially be necessary on mine to get a wonderfully light and crisp trigger pull.

Side note- the earliest prototypes of the model 2 (ZKM 455-2) actually used the receiver and trigger from the Model 3 combined with the new Model 2 type barrel with tangent sights. These are few and far between however.
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Old 05-29-2020, 01:44 PM
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So here's the Brno Model 2 in question. And, BTW, it now has a crisp 1# trigger after just a spring change (and it's bump-proof).

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That's a BEAUTY! How did you come to possess that one?

Looks like it has the Model 1/3 style safety. My Model 4 is that way, actually has a Model 1/3 bolt, but it's the most accurate rimfire have, so I'm happy, but still plan to pick up a 452-style safety for it someday...

I've never managed to own a Model 2 or a 5, but have thought that I might like them as well or better than any other CZ/BRNO rimfire.

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Doug I expected to see a used gun!!!!
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This is actually one from Denny's collection. A good friend bought it awhile ago from Colt when he was selling off Denny's inventory and I recently talked my friend into a trade for one of my collection. He's happy and so am I.

I had thought I'd put a scope on it (and may yet to see just how accurate it is), but I'll likely shoot it with irons (it already has a J&P aperture in the rear sight). I really like the "clean" look with no scope.

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Doug,

That is a beauty!

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This is actually one from Denny's collection. A good friend bought it awhile ago from Colt when he was selling off Denny's inventory and I recently talked my friend into a trade for one of my collection. He's happy and so am I.

I had thought I'd put a scope on it (and may yet to see just how accurate it is), but I'll likely shoot it with irons (it already has a J&P aperture in the rear sight). I really like the "clean" look with no scope.

Doug
Very nice! Cool Klinsky stock too!

What year was it proofed?
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Old 05-31-2020, 07:17 AM
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Very nice! Cool Klinsky stock too!

What year was it proofed?
It was proofed in 1977. The bluing is really good!

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